Pegaxy, the NFT game combining PVP and play-to-earn capabilities, has released its roadmap. This includes the first skill-based gameplay mode which is coming in Q3 of this year. They currently have a PVP gameplay mode that relies only on luck.
Pegaxy is a PVP and play-to-earn game based around horse racing. In the game, players buy, own, and race their horses in an attempt to make money from their race earnings which the game provides.
Users race against 11 other users, who also own horses, with an aim to get top three in each race.
Similar to other horse racing NFT games, Pegaxy relies on luck-based gameplay, with no skill involved. However, the team has announced skill-based gameplay to be released later this year.
The game has an extremely large audience. In total, they have over 94,000 followers on Twitter. Beyond this, they have 137,000 members on their Discord.
The new skill-based gameplay
Until now, Pegaxy has only seen luck-based gameplay for its large userbase. Now, they are venturing into skill-based gameplay soon. It is unconfirmed how this will be done, but it could potentially be that users control their horses in a certain way, whilst working on the speed and direction of said horses.
Amongst their roadmap, many other stages are there. This includes a drop system, stable management, ranking and competitions, and a battle pass. These are only a few, and you can see the whole list here on the game’s Twitter. Between now and the end of Q1 of next year, completed will be the various stages.
Their roadmap has been slightly altered since a previous one to move with the changing blockchain game industry.
Many people are excited about the new roadmap potential, including the skill-based gameplay section. One Twitter user, @TonyDegenSniper said: “Pegaxy dev team keeps building and stays agile with market changes. What made sense 3 months ago may not make sense today. Loving the updated roadmap. Keep up the great work!”
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