Bitverse Launches Bitverse Heroes NFT Collection

The Bitverse, an 8-bit web3 game platform, has announced the presale of its Bitverse Heroes NFT collection. All the games on the platform will be accessible to the Heroes NFTs and by owning one of them, players can enhance their experience on the platform. 

The World of Bitverse

The Bitverse is made up of several games across multiple genres, creating an innovative gaming metaverse. Currently, the project consists of 3 games from 3 different genres – a dungeon crawling RPG; a fact-paced top down battle royale; and a side-scrolling endless runner. More games are planned for 2023, with each game a part of the larger Bitverse.

Within these games, players operate as Heroes, customizable characters that they can explore the games with and rack up achievements. The Bitverse allows for individual gameplay and all the traditional aspects of RPG, but will also offer live competitions that, of course, come with prizes to be won.

Within all these games, the Bitverse Heroes NFTs can increase their achievements, grant special access to community rooms & in-game perks, and preserve their progress across all the games in the Bitverse – making the NFTs more valuable over time.

This is where the presale comes in.

The Bitverse Heroes Arise!

This presale will launch on September 21, 2022, and will feature 2,600 NFTs in total. There will be three stages to the sale; the first will be for those who have reserved their place in the sale. They will be given a 24-hour window during which they can buy up to 10 NFT heroes. This will take place on September 21. 

The second phase will take place on September 22, 2022. This phase will be for all those on the allowlist, during which allowlist participants will also have a 24-hour purchase window, with a limit of 10 NFT heroes per wallet.

Finally, there will be the third phase on September 23, 2022

This sale is open to the general public and there is no reservation required. This phase, unlike the others, will not have a purchase limit. Once the Bitverse Heroes are purchased, their in-game progress will be saved across the different games and even if they are sold, this progress transfers with them.

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