Voxie Tactics releasing Renting Feature on October 14
The renting feature will allow players to rent NFT characters and NFT items of the free-to-play tactical RPG for up to 30 days by paying in $VOXEL.
The Voxie Tactics team, AlwaysGeeky Games, has announced that the renting feature for the free-to-play tactical RPG is scheduled to release on October 14.
Announced this week, the new feature will allow players to not only rent NFT characters, but also NFT items, allowing players to try out various NFTs to see whether it’s something they’d like to buy instead of outright purchasing it. At the same time, it’s also useful for NFT owners who may not really be able to use some of the items they own due to their party or simply won’t be able to play the game for some period of time but would prefer to still keep the NFTs, thus giving them the option to earn passive income in $VOXEL when other players are renting them.
There are 5 criteria holders have to adjust before an NFT can be rented by other players. These include setting up the length of the rental agreement, which can be set to last up to 30 days, as well as the rental fee in $VOXEL. It’s also possible to alter how $VOXEL rewards earned is shared, setting the percentage of $VOXEL distributed to the holder and the player.
Due to there being a royalty fee of 4% that goes to the developers, this means that the NFT holder and player together get 96% of the $VOXEL rewards. The 4% also applies to the rental fee set by the NFT owner, meaning that if someone rents an NFT for 100 $VOXEL, the holder will get 96 $VOXEL while the game dev team gets 4 $VOXEL. There’s also the option of choosing who should get the NFT rewards during the rental period, as well as an optional criteria that allows the owner to reserve the NFT for a certain wallet address.
For more information, check out the developer’s official post here.
The Voxie Tactics Season 0 release schedule was recently revealed, while the game itself is currently available on Windows 10 PCs. A mobile version will be eventually released.