Vulcan Forged Rolls Out New Vulcan Assassin Build for Mobile Devices
Premium blockchain game studio Vulcan Forged has released an updated version of Vulcan Assassin. The beta game is now available for testing on iOS or Android devices.
Meet Vulcan Assassin - Vulcan Forged's latest Frenzy game on mobile
Over the weekend, Vulcan Forged released an updated version of its new beta game Vulcan Assassin. The upcoming title is a wave-based 3D mobile game that implements the Frenzy system at launch.
Here in Vulcan Assassin, players can progress through multiple levels with increasing difficulty, using NFT weapons purchasable with the in-game token $LAVA. According to egamers.io, the beta game also features different enemies, characters, and items, providing rich gameplay to Vulcan fans.
Back in April, Vulcan Forged released the first version of Vulcan Assassin for the community to test out. Players could buy weapons, power-ups, and more within the game using $LAVA tokens. Now that it has gone through several playtests, many can't wait for the new Vulcan title to move into official launch soon.
What is the Frenzy system?
To those who don't know, the Frenzy system is a new play-to-earn mechanism introduced by Vulcan Forged in January. The goal is to limit $LAVA's circulating supply by boosting the utility of this in-game token. The system will only apply to non-PvP games, such as Vulcan's Tower Defense, Vulcan Runner, Tartarus, and Vulcan Assassin.
When playing a Vulcan game under the Frenzy system, you will need to pay 1 $LAVA every time you perform one run. There's no limit to how many times you can take part in the game. And all $LAVA paid by the users will go into a 24-hour prize pool.
At the end of the 24 hours, 50% of the $LAVA in the prize pool will go to the top 50 scorers of that day. The rest of the $LAVA will be burned afterward. Those who want to enter the Frenzy pool must have a Frenzy Pass, which can cost 2 $PYR per month for a monthly pass or 10 $PYR in one shot for a Frenzy Infinite Pass.