Megaweapon is currently in open beta, but that won’t keep the community quiet. Now that Beam has come into the picture the excitement is quite palpable. The partnership between MegaWeapon and Beam will see MegaWeapon leverage the technical capabilities of Beam’s SDK to deliver an enhanced gaming experience.
Players can engage in top-down shooter gaming content at no cost in any mode – free for all or two teams fighting in the arena. Megaweapon is packed with the concept of a shooting game, which allows players to collect weapons from the ground and start killing their opponents. Alternatively, players can pick up pawns and choose to move their weapons within an inch of them to win.
The players who are most attached to the gaming titles have an enthusiasm for the shooting titles in the virtual world. It has been teased to generate worldwide hype, as it takes the original lines of the range further into the Web3 world in collaboration with Beam only.
The task is to navigate the area, find weapons or pieces, overcome obstacles, and shoot enemies. The battles are expected to be exciting and thrilling at the same time. Those striving to achieve greatness will dominate the open beta as The Mech or Ninja Warrior. There’s no word on how much of the weapon may be customized when bringing the pieces together; What is certain, however, is that in the end two options will prevail.
MegaWeapon will give the option of empowering a virtual avatar for the upcoming battle or retaining the weapon as an NFT, which can then be traded on the secondary NFT market. NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, will go live when the megaweapon becomes available to the public. Then in-game assets with $WEAPON can also be traded between players via the beam field.
Until then, Beam is offering its support:
- tradable asset
- Player Designed Characters
Sphere is an NFT marketplace integrated by Beam, making it easy for its partners to get everything in one place. Strengthening the partnership with Megaweapon is the fact that they have mutual mission statements with a commitment to prioritizing the gameplay experience.
This is important as Megaweapon plans to introduce Web3 elements in the coming times. The major consequence of this is that players lose what they came for in the first place – play the game. Megaweapon has instead shared its plans to take a different route, carefully introducing Web3 elements without affecting the gameplay in any way. Beam shares this sentiment, and hence, this partnership has come into being with the potential to go long.
The megaweapon is expected to be presented to the public by the end of this year i.e. by the fourth quarter of 2023. The Final Launch Edition sees the introduction of the Megaweapon Pro and PvE gameplay.