A brand new genre of games is ready to enter the world of online gaming. The NFT project, Monster Racing League, is spearheading this development, and they seek to put the fun back into P2E games.
Monster Racing League is releasing it’s first wave of 5000 containers on Friday the 24th of June, and this will mark a significant shift in the crypto ecosystem. This will be followed by the final wave of 5000 containers ready for the game release in Q3 2022. Let’s dive deeper into this project that lets you earn while having fun. What could be better?
The monsters are coming in hot
Monster Racing League is an NFT collection of 10,000 unique monsters with their own special cars. Soon, 5000 containers filled with these ferocious racers will be available for minting by the public so the race can truly begin!
Each monster has its very own set of abilities and stats, that lets it alter the outcome of a race in its very own way. You also have the option to purchase different boosters that allow you to excel in different ways on the track. This way, you have the opportunity to use the strategy that fits you the best.
When you acquire a Monster Racing League container, you have a chance to receive up to 6 NFTs including an origin monster, a vehicle cosmetic, 1-2 tribe abilities, booster packs, and a chance for 1 of the unique passive earning race tracks.
The race tracks are really one of the most exciting goodies here. There will only be 20 of these, so they will be rare. Each time someone races on your track, you will passively earn, making it a potentially very lucrative asset.
As is very popular in many NFT projects today, Monster Racing League also offers breeding. If you own two separate Monster Racing League NFTs, you can breed them to create a new monster that has a combination of its parents’ traits and a random variation.
Preparing for the mint
As the mint is coming soon, you’ll want to be extra prepared for it as you have a couple of options as to how you proceed.
You can mint your assets on two different blockchains: Polygon and Ethereum. Depending on what your goal for acquiring a Monster Racing League NFT is, you’ll choose one over the other.
If you are interested in simply holding the assets, Ethereum is the choice to go. If you actually want to play the game and play to earn, you need to use Polygon as that is necessary for the game to function.
The first mint will only have 5000 out of the 10000 Monster Racing League NFTs. 2500 will be on Ethereum, the other 2500 will be on Polygon. So make your decision early to avoid missing out.
Remember, it is always important to stay updated when a project mints. On Monster Racing League’s Twitter account you’ll be able to catch any important announcements to be fully prepared.
A team with a clear vision
The team behind Monster Racing League is called Flightless. They’re an award-winning studio from New Zealand with over 10 years of experience under their belt. Their publisher, Phat Loot Studio, has also been involved in successful projects such as Untamed Isles and Guppy Gang NFT.
One of Flightless’ core mission statements and vision is to provide a fun environment for everyone, no matter what their intentions with the game are.
If you want to play-to-earn, there is every opportunity for you to do so in a fun and competitive environment that tests your skill on every level.
If you aren’t very interested in NFTs but think this NFT game could be fun to try out, you can do so for absolutely free. Of course, you won’t be able to earn any rewards, but you’ll have something great to do with your friends.
The race is on!
There are plenty of reasons for you to be excited for this Friday the 24th of June when the mint happens. Monster Racing League is coming in hot, and the NFT community is going to feel it.
There is already a demo of the game out right now if you want to test it out for yourself. But it is safe to say that games coupled with NFTs are a new concept that is here to stay, and Monster Racing League is the latest and most promising development on this front.
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