Space Warriors announces its first community video game

PARIS, Jan. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Space Warriors has unveiled a new NFT project, set to transform the blockchain gaming space. The project, Space Warriors, is the main community game made on Unreal Engine. This is a collection of 7,777 unique 3D NFTs, stored as ERC-721 assets on the Ethereum blockchain and hosted on IPFS.

This game uses the Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) voting system. This allows users, who own a Space Warrior, to vote on major decisions that shape the game. In this way, users will determine the direction and trajectory of the game.

As the CEO of Yield Guild Games noted on another occasion:

“A DAO is a perfect way to give more decision-making power to the communities of people who will participate in the game to win games, guilds and what comes next”

In addition to being able to exercise their right to vote, holders of Space Warriors will have access to the inspiring SWC community. There they will receive regular updates regarding exclusive offers, contests, community projects and more as the project develops. Users can also retain digital assets for an unlimited time; they can also decide when to sell them on an NFT marketplace like OpenSea.

The 3D NFTs were designed by a team of seven artists with Illan Fitoussi as team leader. Illan Fitoussi is a respected 3D animation artist, with previous experience working with Ubisoft and Disney on major projects like the Lion King and Tom Clancy games. The team created the designs in Maya and rendered them in Unreal Engine 5; so that they can be easily transmuted into game and metaverse systems.

The designs for the 5 factions of Space Warriors were taken from the fantasy robots of modern, nostalgic science fiction – from Transformers to Pacific Rim. Additionally, the SWCuniverse draws similarities between pop culture and cinematic influences. Each SWC NFT artwork is stored as an ERC-721 token on the Ethereum blockchain and hosted on IPFS.

Engaging game narrative

The game has an engaging narrative that makes it stand out from other regular NFT games. The game takes place deep in space, far from humanity, in a world populated by sentient robotic warriors. These robotic warriors, driven by an insatiable appetite for dominance, power, and honor, waged ruthless wars across many starships and lands. For a while they stopped waging war. This peace lasted for years until the appearance of the Strangers.

The aliens have shattered the tranquility of the robotic warriors and left traces of destruction and annihilation in their galaxy. Faced with this dark threat, warriors must now join forces and unite as one brotherhood, an unstoppable army.

Forced to fight for their survival, they have sworn to avenge their fallen brothers. The narrative will grow even more as the project develops.

In just over 48 hours after unveiling his plan, the community grew to over 100,000 unique users on Discord and now has over 200,000 community members. Once the community has voted on which metaverse the Space Warriors Club headquarters will be built on, the game will be ready to go.

Thereafter, the Army Portfolio will be funded with 5% of all secondary sales royalties. The wallet will be dedicated to funding Space WarriorsClub activities, including the metaverse, live events, and conferences.

Luckily, the website has plenty of details about the game.

About Space Warriors

Space Warriors is a unique NFT project consisting of 7,777 BFTs built on the Unreal Engine. Unlike many other NFT projects, asset holders will be able to vote on the direction and development of the game. The development team includes seven people with extensive experience in designing and marketing video games.

Social connections

Discord: https://discord.gg/swc

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spacewarriorsclub/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/swcNFT

Media contact

Company Name: Space Warriors

Contact person: Gabriel Germani, co-founder

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: https://www.spacewarriorsclub.com

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