The mainnet version of Mines of Dalarnia is set to launch on April 26th. This official announcement was made at the Miami NFT event by the Game Director, Keith McCollough.
The Mainnet Launch
The team behind Mines of Dalarnia is working on a mainnet version of Mines of Dalarnia 2.0, which is set to bring benefits to the game. The dev team is working to bring in layer 2 features. 200 testers, and counting, have helped the lengthy process for the team.
For playtesters, they are able to withdraw prizes after the game launch, and both V1 and V2 playtesters are eligible.
The game is built on the Chromia blockchain, which allows builders to create dApps faster through its unique design process. The blockchain doesn’t only work on games, fashion, music and real estate are huge areas in which they are going, as the Chief Solutions Officer of Chromeaway, Zara Zamani, told NFTEvening.
In addition, the game has a token, $DAR, which sits at a current price of $1.08, after reaching an all-time high of $4.35 in April 2021.
Further, the game reached a launch trailer for their mainnet version which you can view on YouTube.
About Mines of Dalarnia
Mines of Dalarnia is a free, browser-based play-to-earn game that was developed by Chromia Studios and Workingman Interactive. Within the game, players can collect artefacts, relics and materials through mining. They are able to use these mined things to upgrade their set of gear and characters. Other aspects of the game include fighting with monsters.
Also, within the game, there are four regions, not dissimilar to others, these are ice, darkness, lava and terra. Based on the play-to-earn aspects of the game, players are able to win tokens by completing certain game quests, inviting players or coming out victorious in competitions.
Finally, a few of the game’s other features are the ability to rent out the NFTs and access the software through a browser only with no download required.
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