The Calvaria presale is now in its very last stages with just $100,000 more investment needed before it closes in six days.
Leading exchange BKEX – which boasts around $1 billion of daily trading volume – will host the RIA token IEO in early February with the presale to close on January 31.
It means that potential investors only have limited time to secure RIA tokens at $0.0325 before they reach the wider market, with fewer than 3.5 million still available in the presale.
Calvaria: Duels of Eternity could be one of the biggest blockchain gaming projects of 2023 with the game available as both play-to-earn (P2E) and free-to-play (F2P) to drive adoption by casual gamers.
Calvaria to Drive Blockchain Adoption
Duels of Eternity has been developed with one goal in mind – to attract casual gamers to the blockchain.
Despite the huge potential of GameFi, players have not yet followed investors. While the top blockchain game Alien Worlds attracts around 250,000 daily players, that is insignificant compared to the likes of Fortnite or Roblox which have tens of millions.
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Duels of Eternity is aiming to bridge that gap with two versions of the game that will appeal to hardcore blockchain gamers and new players.
The two versions will be near-identical except the F2P version will have earning mechanics removed. Instead, it will have a visible tracker that shows a player how much they could have won in the main game and gamified quests to teach them about the blockchain.
Calvaria hopes that will entice players into the play-to-earn ecosystem, which also does not require the purchase of expensive NFTs that has caused other high-profile crypto gaming projects to struggle.
Duels of Eternity also has a number of other advantages over its rivals, making it attractive to casual players.
The game has been rendered in 3D and also is available through a dedicated mobile app on Android and iOS.
Unlike similar games, there is also a single-player story mode where players can earn assets that are usable in other game modes.
Duels of Eternity is a battle-card strategy game set in the afterlife that sees players stack their decks and face opponents in one-vs-one matches.
Players must use skill, knowledge and other assets – such as power-ups – to win. All assets are owned by players as NFTs and can be freely bought and sold on the open market, as well as combined to upgrade them.
To ensure the long-term sustainability of the game, Calvaria has taken a seasonal approach to the game and will consistently release new assets and modes to keep players interested.
VR functionality is also being developed, while Calvaria will have an in-house eSports team and hold major eSports tournaments.
RIA used for Staking and Voting
RIA tokens, which are used for rewards and currency, can also be staked to grant a passive income and used to gain voting rights in the project’s DAO (decentralized autonomous organization), which leaves Calvaria in the hands of the community.
The Calvaria team is doxxed and have been KYC-verified by CoinSniper, while SolidProof has audited the RIA token smart contract.
Investors can also take enter a prize draw for the chance to win $100,000 of RIA tokens, with entries stacked for completing tasks on social media.
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