Enjin announces its first cross-game quest30th July 2020
Enjin has partnered with SwissBorg and eight developers to release a cross-game quest with a prize pool valued at $50,000.
The first part of the event will commence on August 3, 2020 to celebrate the blockchain ecosystem developer’s listing on the SwissBorg Wealth App.
The Ready Player One-style quest is the first-of-its-kind and a taste of what is to come in the Enjin Multiverse.
Upon completing the entire quest line, players will receive a unique blockchain-based asset that can be used in multiple titles.
The event will take place throughout Bitcoin Hodler, Forest Knight, Grasshopper Farm, Kingdom Karnage, Lost Relics, MyMeta Minecraft, Min-Mins and The Six Dragons.
Additionally, the games will be available to play across Android, iOS, Mac, PC and Telegram.
The task is to collect the individual pieces of the ‘Cyborg‘ Non-Fungible Token (NFT) in the first seven games before unlocking the final quest stage in Lost Relics.
The cross-platform quest has been described by Enjin as a “practice run” to help it improve the cross-game user experience as it leads up to the official Multiverse Quest.
The aim of this unique quest is to find Monolith – the first ever ERC-1155 blockchain token created – which is backed by more than $200,000 worth of Enjin Coin at the time of writing.
“Open collaboration leads to innovation,” said Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov. “This is the first of many cross-game events that will occur thanks to blockchain technology.
“We have been making tools that gamers love for more than 10 years, and as we push the envelope once again, we are taking another step toward a digital world in which everyday people can live their lives and find their fortune.”
To join the quest to find Cyborg, players will need to link their Enjin Wallet to participating titles to be in with a chance to earn prizes worth up to $50,000.
The first segment will take place between August 3-8 with the second portion occurring between August 9-15.
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