Web3 Game Launches Latest Alpha Release with In-Game Economy & Unique Mobile Capabilities

Recent statistics show that Web3 games are gaining traction in the gaming world, with more and more players turning to blockchain-based games for a more engaging and interactive experience. The global Web3 gaming market size in 2021 was $5 billion, and it is expected to surpass $30 billion by 2030, according to internal estimates by Fungies.

Web3 gaming company MixMob has announced the launch of its highly-anticipated NFT game, MixMob: Racer 1, which features an in-game economy with a unique “Got SUD$” campaign, is set to revolutionize the Web3 gaming industry and provides players with a truly immersive experience.

MixMob: Racer 1 is at the forefront of this trend, allowing players to earn and spend digital currency that can be exchanged for real-world value. This feature adds an extra layer of excitement and gives players a sense of ownership over their in-game assets.

In-Game Campaigns for Increased Gamification

SUD$, which stands for Subdomain Dollars, is the in-game currency used for racing competitions, wagers, and buying digital items. The main objective of SUD$ is to help improve the game; therefore, it can only be earned or bought in packs via MixMob’s MixLab. Players have multiple ways to earn SUD$, such as playing the game, bringing in new players through referrals, or being a holder of MixMob’s Gen0 Masks. Additionally, those who participated in MixMob’s prior tournament, staked their Masks, or worked to become MixMob MVPs, will earn SUD$.

SUD$ is a unidirectional token, a type of blockchain-powered digital currency. Unidirectional tokens can only be used within the game and can’t be transferred or used outside. This allows MixMob to balance its economy without being subjected to external market forces, cheating, or any other risks that come with an open economy. The ability to have a unidirectional token is unique to the Solana blockchain, as it’s the only chain currently able to support MixMob’s needs.

Immersive User Experience & Unique Capabilities 

The game also introduces several other features to improve the player experience. Mobile v1 allows players to access the game on their mobile devices and perform cryptocurrency transactions via mobile, improving player experience and future monetization. Wagering and streaming v1 enable spectators to wager, adding a new layer of competition and entertainment. 

Open access 24/7 improves accessibility and increases competition. MixMob is also bringing back its referral program where players can invite friends and win prizes, including SUD$.

Intro Cinematics is another new feature that showcases the themes of each track and buildS excitement before every match. The game’s cards have been adjusted based on the feedback from Alpha V2 to make races more intense. Graphics and UI have also been optimized for better PC and mobile device performance. MixMob is leading the way in creating a new generation of blockchain-based games that are more engaging and interactive than ever before.


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