Netmarble, a number one developer and writer of high-quality cellular video games, introduced pre-registration is now open for Meta World: My Metropolis, a brand new metaverse board recreation that includes digital actual property and constructing funding. Beginning as we speak, gamers can pre-register and safe particular in-game objects by visiting the official web site, Google Play, and App Retailer.
The next occasions can be found to gamers who wish to take part within the pre-registration:
- Pre-register on Google Play or App Retailer will present in-game objects such because the Seasonal Character Summon Tickets and Gold.
- Chosen contributors who put up content material concerning the pre-registration, or retweet the official announcement with the hashtag #MetaWorld on Fb or Twitter, will purchase the Epic Character Card (Beatrice), Seasonal Character Summon Tickets, and Diamond.
- If pre-registration numbers exceed a million, all pre-registered gamers shall be given varied in-game objects such because the Avatar Costume Set, Gold, Character Summon Tickets, Seulgi Character Card, and extra.
Meta World: My Metropolis is the sequel to the corporate’s title – Let’s Get Wealthy – which garnered 200 million gamers globally. Inside My Metropolis, gamers should buy digital actual property and buildings inside a metaverse and primarily based on real-life places worldwide.
Netmarble plans to additional develop Meta World: My Metropolis to be a platform the place gamers can actively work together with one another and luxuriate in varied forms of video games within the metaverse world. The sport shall be part of MBX, a gaming blockchain ecosystem launched by MARBLEX.
Meta World: My Metropolis obtained an overwhelmingly optimistic response from followers of the unique IP, Let’s Get Wealthy when it was first launched throughout an Ask Me Something stay session on the MBX Discord channel final month.
New particulars on Meta World: My Metropolis’s options and tokenomics shall be revealed at GDC (Recreation Builders Convention) on March 20.