Tezotopia Battles could change the Tezos ecosystem’s metaverse outlook. This gaming metaverse, which has been abstract for a while, is finally becoming functional. Tezotopia Battles’ ambitious roadmap will provide web3 use cases.
Tezos users who are interested in GameFi and the Metaverse are likely to participate in Tezotopia Battles. GameFi was initially conceived of by Joab Garza, who is also the founder and creative director of Gif.games. A metaverse ecosystem has been built as part of the Tezotopia Battles project by GameFi.
Tezotopia has battle strategy-like gameplay. Players select and send into battle various units in order to earn rewards. A game that can be completed in 15 to 20 minutes has cool features and an engaging user interface
After launch, it was noted that there was no matchmaking system for battles. To fix this, the Tezotopia team has assigned battle values and limits to the units. It balances games by matching equal-value opponents for fair play.
However, the gameplay in this game is not the only standout feature. The Pay-to-Win model of the game features loot boxes that contain collectibles and tokens from the real world.
Because the team has listed some assets at their initial price, players will be able to purchase these assets at a reduced cost. Additionally, the project provides rad artworks that you can use to represent yourself in Tezotopia.
Participating in the project is more profitable than ever thanks to several giveaways. Work on the project began months before the demand-driving date. After a month, Tezotopia’s secondary market is busy.
The new project, Tezotopis, does have a few minuscule drawbacks. Joab Garza, who works for Gif.games, believes that blockchain will have a significant impact on wait times. The group is working on a new feature to speed up the process of entering games and lock down large units.
The gameplay in Tezotopia is not given much importance because the primary goal of the project is thought to be improving the metaverse functions of the Tezos ecosystem.