Upcoming multiplayer post-apocalyptic cyberpunk RPG Decimated is migrating from Ethereum to Polygon in order to enable the use of $DIO tokens, NFTs and a play-to-earn economy.
Decimated is a 3rd person survival role-playing game. Essentially, players can choose to play from a variety of roles in a dystopian cyberpunk world they play PvP or PvE. They can, for example, focus on collecting resources, repairing vehicles, or building bases. In addition, they could fortify shelters, collect bounties, ambush, loot or trade.
Justifying Decimated’s Move to Polygon
Maltese videogame company Fracture Labs has been developing the game for almost two years. As of press time, the game has gained 153,000 subscribers. Moreover, the gaming studio recently raised $3.5M in our private sale. Their next move is to list on several launchpads and exchanges in November 2021.
The big move to Polygon comes after the project’s strategic decision to put all blockchain integration on hold until the game was sufficiently developed. Seeing that they are making a move towards the NFT Gaming scene, the team is in good form to hit the 2022 target launch date.
As a result of this migration, the project will discontinue the old DIO smart contract. Then, it will issue a new DIO smart contract in Q4 2021. The team plans to issue the new $DIO tokens automatically via airdrop before releasing the game. Players can have weapons but the team also talked about a limited amount of apartments inside the virtual world.
In the official announcement, Fracture Labs elaborated on the key points why they decided to shift to Polygon. “Polygon solves pain points associated with Blockchains, like high gas fees and slow speeds, without sacrificing on security. This multi-chain system is akin to other ones such as Polkadot, Cosmos and Avalanche.”
So if your idea of fun is virtually building wasteland bases and customizing city apartments, then this game is for you! You can follow the project’s development through its official Twitter account.