Popular NFT game, Pepper Attack have made their move from the Ethereum blockchain to the Layer 2 option, Polygon. They bring their play to earn economy to their new blockchain. This choice was made by the community. The game have said their transition’s development progress will be delayed. However, they hope the benefits will make up for this delay.
About Pepper Attack
Pepper Attack is an NFT based play-to-earn strategy game. To stop the wicked Underlord of the Old World, five Pepper clans are required to enter the Mythical World. Here players must use their Pepper NFTs to battle in missions, while receiving game items. Pepper Attack will feature both PVE and PVP rankings. This will enable top players to earn extra bonuses and of course MYTE tokens. The game also has a PVP arena mode. Each character in the game is an NFT. Each one has hit points, attack power, critical hit chance, defense and dodge chance. These traits determine the strength of a pepper.
About the Move to Polygon
Ethereum has been known for the high gas fees and slower transition speeds in comparison to competitors or layer 2 options. Also, they have received criticism over their lack of environmental friendliness. Emphatically, fees have ranged from $10 to $100’s over time, depending on how much the network is being used.
The move is being started on November 1st. Particularly, the current price of purchasing a Mystic Pepper NFT will be raised from 0.07 ETH to 0.15 ETH. There are around 3,000/10,000 remaining. Mystic Pepper NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain can be moved over to Polygon through a bridge page on the official website of Pepper Attack. Users can transfer all of these NFTs in one transaction. The Ethereum NFT becomes a Legend Medal, while the smart contract mints the original Mystic Pepper NFT on the Polygon blockchain. These Mystic Pepper NFTs are part of the game, and are the only NFTs on the game that can mine the MYTE token.