Have you ever attended a virtual escape game on Zoom and wished it could have been better? Well, that’s about to change soon. Right now, a real-life escape room game company, LOST is bringing its flagship escape games to Decentraland. Ready to test your skills? Read on to find out more!
What do you need to know about the LOST metaverse escape room in Decentraland?
To begin with, LOST has teamed up with 3D design studio VIRTRIX to create its own escape game in Decentraland. The company’s first virtual escape room is “Supernote II”, which is a sequel to its real-life escape game “Supernote” in Hong Kong.
According to the lore, a genius fraudster Arthur Williams is on his path to creating the most “genuine” counterfeit banknote called Supernote. But there’s still one missing piece to the recipe. Which is the original banknote printing plate. Hence, your mission in Supernote II is to crack the codes and steal the printing plate for Arthur.
Sounds fun? If you’re ready to test your skills, just hop on to VIRTRIX’s virtual HQ in Decentraland [-41, 111]. Supernote II is on the 6th floor of the building. As of now, all of the LOST escape games on Decentraland will be free to play, so it won’t cost you anything to give them a try.
Will there be more virtual escape games by LOST in the future?
Yes, definitely. According to LOST, the company is looking to launch 8-10 more escape games in Decentraland in the future. Right now, Supernote II is just a trial game to attract public interest towards its virtual escape games. So players don’t really get to earn any rewards for completing Supernote II.
But no worries folks. LOST will eventually incorporate P2E elements into its own metaverse, LOST Island instead. According to the company, NFTs and LOST tokens will be part of the rewards for those who managed to escape the LOST Island. The mysterious island will enter the scene by the end of this year, so make sure to stay tuned for more updates!
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