Web3 gaming metaverse wants to revolutionize GameFi

GameFi is a hot topic in the crypto industry right now. But it is also more difficult than expected to convince the players.

Today, most GameFi projects use the play-to-earn (P2E) model, which focuses on the monetary aspect and neglects what matters most: the fun features that attract and retain players. Some projects have been criticized for offering shoddy gameplay, made worse by poor graphics and hard-to-understand controls.

But this project says it has the solution and the potential to deliver an immersive product the crypto community has been waiting for.

Artyfact is the first Web3 gaming metaverse that combines the best of the AAA and GameFi worlds with an innovative play and earn (PAE) model that puts fun before profit. The project promises a virtual game world with top notch graphics powered by Unreal Engine 5.

Within the ecosystem there is a range of exciting games, a market for 3D NFTs and top events.

Something for everyone

The Artyfact metaverse consists of two components that serve different purposes.

The urban environment will find a home for NFT exhibits and 3D marketplaces, where users can trade crypto collectibles, purchase virtual real estate, purchase eye-catching avatar clothing, and attend immersive events such as concerts. , meetings and shows. As fashion plays a crucial role in the Metaverse (and major designer brands release new collections), Artyfact also wants to host virtual fashion shows to showcase beautiful clothes.

In the games area, the “citizens” of Artyfact can compete in their own arenas. Play and win games of multiple shooting genres are offered here. These include Deathmatch, Checkpoints, and Battle Royale.

In addition to new user experiences, Artyfact is also planning major innovations in the way business is done in the Metaverse. Virtual billboards allow owners to monetize advertising and influencers and brands to build stronger relationships with their audiences. And in a new way.

He has already established partnerships with companies such as TruePNL, York St. Capital, Double Protocol, BrandPad, Zelwin Finance, Eternity and Blockchain Invest. This is how Artyfact gradually comes to life.

A lot to expect

Artyfact says the project now has a working minimum viable product. This is called a product that offers few functions, but could still come to market. However, the project’s product also offers features that Metaverse competitors such as Decentraland or Sandbox do not have. Demo videos have also been released, showing what players can expect: realistic, eye-catching graphics and addictive gameplay.

The project has 100,000 followers on its social media in multiple languages ​​and had a security audit and KYC checks performed by its CertiK team to provide users with peace of mind. Additionally, the project recently began presale on four launch pads.

Although it has already celebrated many successes, the project continues to work hard. The beta version of Artyfact should be released within the next six months.

Moreover, the founder of the project Oleg Boytsov says:

“Our lives are becoming increasingly digital. Many of us spend 50% of our time online or more. But right now, the biggest gaming, social media and blockchain platforms don’t fail to fully exploit the potential of NFTs and Web3. That’s exactly what Artyfact wants to change.”

Artyfact has been integrated with the Binance Smart Chain to ensure that transactions are processed quickly, cheaply, and extremely securely.

This material was provided in partnership with Artyfact.

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