Vulcan Forged to enable Level 3 in VulcanVerse
Starting June 28, players will be able to use level 3 Vulcanites as well as upgrade their land to level 3.
Vulcan Forged has announced that it will allow players to upgrade their level 2 land to level 3 in the fantasy metaverse, VulcanVerse.
The new level will be enabled tomorrow on June 28, giving land holders the option to upgrade land to level 3 by sowing as well as staking $PYR, the core token of the Vulcan Forged ecosystem. Previously players only needed $PYR to sow land, but that has now changed, as players will have to pay 10% of the sowing fee in $LAVA, the earnable utility token. According to the announcement, while the first level features wooden items and the second one a combination of stone and wood, level 3 opens up the possibility for players to use “smarter, more durable looking materials.” Not only are there these new assets, but depth and height of land is further increased in this level as well, giving more space for players to build cool stuff. Next to all that, new outfits also become equippable in level 3.
“Those with adjoining plots in Boreas can finally begin to make realistic mountainous terrain and players with land in the Desert of Notus will be able to truly build those sand fortresses! We have seen players build labyrinthine tunnels and cavern systems- soon builders will have the ability to make these even deeper and more intricate.”
With level 3 land also comes the ability to use level 3 Vulcanites: Lost Shade, Velosina, Satyr Youngling, Chthonius and Medusa. These higher-level NFTs are stronger in battles, but also better at foraging than the rest. They can also be upgraded using XP and $LAVA via the My Forge dashboard on the website. The developers have also recently revealed a work-in-progress look at a new Level 3 Vulcanite called Helikon.
Upgrading land to level 3 increases the maximum amount of Cedalions, that is, scholars, a land owner can have on their plot. To upgrade your avatar level to level 3, you will need to have 10k EXP and 100 $LAVA.
For further details, check out the developer’s Medium article here.