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Kodoku Studios announce a next-generation Play-2-Win NFT Game - THE PIT

cryptodaily.co.uk 22 November 2021 14:01, UTC
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London-based studio Kodoku has announced their NFT project - THE PIT, a first of its kind project that takes the form of an innovative platform that provides gamers with a simulated world in which NFTs battle against each other.

NfT gaming is experiencing massive growth, currently valued at over US$162 billion today and expected to reach US$295 billion worldwide over the next five years. As mobile gamers have eclipsed traditional gaming, so too is NFT gaming expected to take on traditional gaming over the next few years.

The next-gen play-2-win NFT arena will launch on 30th November, and will include 5,000 NFT creatures that will be released into THE PIT to battle it out. The PIT creatures can be separated into different species, including Avians, Insectoids, Serpents and Canines, each with a set of unique characteristics.

Co-founder of Kodoku Studios Hewie Rattray commented on the launch of THE PIT:

“We’re incredibly excited to bring our flagship project to the NFT community; THE PIT will be a fun, immersive, and wholly new form of NFT gaming, with AI-controlled battle royales, planned wagering, NFT V NFT battles, and huge prizes up for grabs. We can’t wait for the drop on November 30th, and to welcoming everybody into THE PIT. Good luck, have fun!” 

The launch date of THE PIT will be November 30th, and will have a mint price of 0.075 ETH, which will be tradeable on OpenSea following the launch. All NFTs must be minted before entering the pit.  Kodoku Studios has stated that they will reinvest 50% of all revenue generated from the first mint and trading royalties directly back into arena prize pools. 

Following the launch, THE PIT plans to expand their existing model by adding new game formats, including Race and Challenge modes. The latter will enable direct Player vs. Player (PvP) combat for pride, honour and ETH. It should also be noted that NFT holders can initiate off-stream, private games where they set their own prize pools 

The project has received backing from  Pioneer Media, a listed Canadian investment company, and NFT Investments, a UK PLC that incubates, and develops Non-Fungible Tokens, Companies and Rights.

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

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