WarQube Shares Details on Competitive Game Modes
The game modes are PvE, PvP and Raid modes- they each possess unique gaming elements to ensure diversity and an excellent gaming experience.
WarQube Gameplay Modes
WarQube has shed more light on the game modes in its competitive fights. This development is coming as the game will launch its NFTs this month. The game mechanics and features include PvP, PvE, and Raid fights.
In the PvE mode, a team of players is the base against enemies. The base has turrets that help in defeating the enemy. If the camp stands after the final wave of attack, the players have won. If the cube is destroyed, the enemy wins. In the PvP mode, players challenge each other to control an ancient civilization's knowledge. Each team comprises four players in a base protected by turrets. There are also defence lines and specialized drones to destroy the other team.
The map is central to a 1v1 which will determine the world's ruler. There are also unfriendly tribes in strategic positions on the map. Defeating them will give the winner a stronger rule over the ecosystem. Raid mode includes four players who aim to defeat enemies at a particular location and earn rewards from NFTs when they win the last battle.
Players will also face barriers which may be unexpected traps and enemies. They will find artifacts that boost their strength and unlock locations with more rewards. Some locations have ammo terminals where players can purchase first-aid kits, boosters, ammunition, etc. Players must ensure they return to the base within the specific time.
Details on WarQube Partnerships
WarQube has partnered with several metaverse projects in recent times to ensure development.
One of them is Gamerse, an NFT Gaming and Metaverse marketplace. The collaboration is expected to foster the growth of WarQube in the GameFi industry alongside community expansion through co-marketing actions. WarQube also partnered with Bit Hotel to have access to technical and nontechnical tools instrumental in bringing the metaverse to the wider population.