Moon Strike is an upcoming NFT Play-to-Earn game built on blockchain technology recently shared its first gameplay demo trailer. It is unique to the NFT play-to-earn gaming space, combining high-quality first-person shooter PVP combat with base-building and resource collection elements.
In a recent development, Moon Strike dropped down the first trailer of its newly launched quality play-to-earn games for its valuable users. The Moon Strike trailer gives audiences the first real glimpse of the game. In the trailer, we see players controlling soldiers on the moon, battling for control over key points and resources on the map. Various NFT elements can be seen in the gameplay, with unique character and weapon models, resources, and vehicles available for players to manipulate and control in this NFT-based player economy.
Moon Strike’s and other released materials to date confirm that the game combines squad-based 5v5 FPS combat with base-building and land ownership elements. It allows players to collect and trade unique NFT-based characteristics, including resources, vehicles, base facilities, and plots of land on the moon. Players will use some of these items during PVP matches, such as weapons, ordnances, and consumables, to gain an advantage over their opponents.
Moreover, Moon Strike again presents a unique addition to the blockchain gaming space, with a distinct lack of blockchain games in the FPS genre, despite the genre’s overwhelming success with games like Apex Legends, Fortnite, CS: GO, and more. Additionally, the trailer reveals new creativity in FPS combat, with players battling more than just their opponents, but also elements unique to the surface of the moon:
Managing their oxygen levels
Vying for limited resources
Dodging meteorites on the Earth’s atmosphere-less satellite
Developed with Unreal Engine, Moon Strike presents a visually impressive in-game universe that does not stray far from what avid gamers are accustomed to with the latest AAA games on the market. The combat physics, while early stages, shows a comprehensive understanding of the genre and an apparent willingness to develop a real-world authenticity within the game. Combined with NFT blockchain aspects, players will earn and trade resources that appreciate alongside the game’s growth.
Perhaps more impressively, the smooth gameplay shown during various game aspects in the trailer provide early adopters and investors with the confidence of a veteran team of game developers behind the Moon Strike project. The rich strategy of the game with both base-building and FPS elements is one to keep an eye on for gamers and enthusiasts in the NFT gaming space alike.
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