AlterVerse, a developing gaming metaverse, brings us a successful alpha preview of Sky City, the metaverse’s premier social hub. Open to NFT citizens and founding owners, this alpha preview allows players to own land, customize buildings and participate in various games and competitions.
AlterVerse is building an interconnected collection of game servers with Sky City as the central social hub. Last weekend (November 11-13), they opened a preview of Sky City to a small group of people who had their own NFT citizen or founder.
Full Recap: Sky City hosts a successful Closed Pre-Alpha 🚁 during the weekend of 11.11.22.
See below for more details, a full changelog, user generated content and an updated roadmap!
— AlterVerse (@AlterVerseGame) November 16, 2022
Sky City is phase 1 of the AlterVerse. It is the main social hub with stores and real estate. It also includes quests, mini-games, PvP races and other activities. Players can already purchase various NFT items and skins from the official store.
Sky City Alpha
In the alpha phase, players could own land, build their own houses, fly airplanes, explore the city and its surroundings, and participate in PvP and other mini-games. Playtest reports were positive overall, with players noting that the experience was smooth and enjoyable. Players in the alpha phase have posted several screenshots, and the graphics look great.
The team received good feedback from participants and has already prepared a list of new bug fixes for the next alpha round, scheduled for December 12, 2022.
This first alpha preview was only open to Citizen and Founder NFT owners. But future alpha and beta testing will be open to a wider audience. If you are interested, you can apply for early access here. You can also purchase a lifetime subscription for Citizen from the AlterVerse store. The cost is $100 and provides a unique citizen number, access to higher level titles, increased earning potential, voting rights, invitations to special events and free lifetime access to AlterVerse. However, there are only 2,000 seats available, of which about 1,000 are still available.
What is AlterVerse?
AlterVerse’s servers are player-owned, with several customizable, pre-built environments and games. Newly released game servers are automatically added to the list of servers that players can access.
At the center is Sky City, a social hub with customizable spaces and showcases for partnerships. One such partner is Double Protocol and the NFT rental system.
Double Protocol will not only have an in-game office, but will also power the in-game rental marketplace, allowing players to rent land and other objects.
Sky City is considered phase 1 of the AlterVerse. Phase 2 includes Outpost, a sci-fi shooter with quests, mining and crafting. Phase 3 brings us Rekt, a hardcore survival game set on a hostile planet.
Sky City is currently in alpha testing. We expect to see Sky City beta and alpha testing of Outpost and Rekt in the first half of next year.
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