WAX Studios' NFT Music Tycoon Game Music Mogul Unveils Gameplay Details
Players would be able to send their NFT artists on road tours and see them climb the charts in Music Mogul.
This fall, get ready to build your music empire in Music Mogul
Music Mogul, an NFT music tycoon game by WAX Studios, has revealed more gameplay details to prepare for its debut this fall. In essence, the play-and-earn title allows players to build their NFT-powered record label across 5 musical genres in the game.
Like a real-life music exec, you can create your roster of NFT Musicians and deploy them to earn from different game modes. Here in Music Mogul, sending your artists to music tours is akin to PvE gameplay, while sending them to recording in the studio is akin to PvP gameplay. Players will earn Keys (NFTs) from Touring, and Notes (Fungible tokens) from competing on the charts.
Make no mistake, the gameplay in Music Mogul is not as easy as it sounds. For instance, you need to deploy artists with the correct Genres and Star Power levels to take on a particular tour. Not to mention the tour options and gigs will be available at random throughout the day. To tackle this, having NFT musicians of varying Genres in your arsenal will help a lot.
Similarly, the same strategy applies when players assign their talents to the Recording Room. There are different leaderboards or music charts for artists of various Genres and Star Powers to compete. Thus, having a diverse lineup will help players to earn more, be it from a PvE or PvP game in Music Mogul.
Interestingly, you will need currencies earned from opposing game modes to start playing. Let's say you want to send your artist on a tour, you need to spend Notes (gained from PvP) to cover its costs. On the other hand, if you want to record music, you must spend Keys (earned from PvE) to access the Recording Rooms. It's unclear, though, how Music Mogul will implement this at the start unless they provide some free Notes/ Keys to players.
Even so, those who enjoy creating and making high-level decisions as in any other tycoon game will probably share the same liking for Music Mogul. The team has now completed NFT pack sales of Pop and Hip-Hop/R&B artists. Soon, they will launch new NFT packs with artists in Rock, Country, and Electronic Dance Music genres.