Wreck League Explains How Mech Parts Work
In Wreck League, players will use mech parts to assemble their own unique mechs using a combination of various different NFTs, with each mech set to consist of 10 NFT parts: 5 body parts and 5 attachments.
Wreck League, a blockchain fighting game in development by nWay, an Animoca Brands studio, will allow players to assemble mechs using a variety of different mech parts, with the developers recently explaining how these NFT parts will work.
In order to assemble a mech, you’ll need 10 NFT parts: 5 body parts and 5 attachments. Every part and attachment is set to not only affect the appearance of your mech, but they also come with various different attributes that affect playstyle and the mech’s effectiveness in combat. Getting the right combination of body parts and attachments could prove crucial in gaining an edge in intense PvP combat against high-skilled players.
Body parts have an effect on the mech’s combat skills, with each part featuring a different type of skill. These parts include the Head, Torso, Weapon Arms, Legs, and S-Bot. Out of all these, Weapons Arms will affect playstyle the most, as they adjust not only your primary attacks but also Special and Ultimate ones too. There are 5 different weapon types: Drillfist, Gigablade, Sawlance, Spikeball, Starshot. The first one is focused on close-quarters quick combo attacks, while the second one gives you a huge blade for a “devastating bruiser playstyle.” Sawlance is a staff-like weapon designed to help you keep enemies at a distance, while the Spikeball is a heavy but adaptable weapon suitable for both close and long-range combat, and the Starshot is an advanced rifle through which you can send various types of projectiles.
Attachments on the other hand serve to further customize the appearance of your mech while adding various buffs to your mech’s performance and core stats. There are 5 types of attachments: Crest, Emblem, Pauldrons, Knee Guards, and Antenna. Every attachment is focused on enhancing one specific performance stat and 2 random core stats. For example, you could have a Crest that boosts mech energy regeneration while buffing Offense and Crit Power core stats.
For more detailed information, you can check out the official article here, as well as the video down below.
For the game’s first season, nWay has teamed up with Yuga Labs to bring Bored Apes and other NFT collections to the blockchain-based mech fighting title.