The renowned South Korean gaming giant Krafton recently introduced its new project, “Overdare.” Krafton is now entering the NFT gaming market, building on its reputation from the well-known game PUBG. Further, it promises an experience enriched with Artificial Intelligence (AI) integration).
Krafton’s New NFT Game
The creators of the famous game PUBG revealed their plans for another project called “Overdare.” Moreover, the game will be an AI-powered game in the NFT domain. Also, Overdare is going to offer a Roblox-like stretching out of the open-world metaverse.
Furthermore, the venture, originally named Project Migaloo, underwent a name change to Overdare. It is now set to launch in December this year. Additionally, the company has its own blockchain partner, Settlus, which will power the game for a better user experience.
In addition, the company will release the game on mobile and integrate it with Unreal Engine 5 from Epic Games. This will facilitate users in designing various game genres, including shooting, role-playing, and platforming adventures. Besides, players can also personalize their avatars and engage in animated discussions through the in-game chat feature.
What’s more, there is a unique create-to-earn (C2E) economy where players will have the power to trade digital assets as NFTs. Also, they will ensure transparency and security related to these crypto tokens. Moving ahead, there is the chance to earn USDC, a stablecoin, via Coinbase and Circles, unlike the unstable cryptocurrencies.
PUBG Developer joins Forces with Naver Z Studio
Earlier, Krafton announced its collaboration with Naver Z, which specializes in Augmented Reality (AR) in 3D avatars. While Krafton holds a dominant 85% share in Overdare, Naver Z contributes with a 15% stake, adding a touch of AR to the segment.
Despite the exciting process, a recent post from the Settlus team mentioned the development of an “NFT Licensing System.” Though it did not reveal any further details, the team is actively addressing potential challenges. These include NFTs, fluctuating token prices, and item scarcity.
On top of that, the in-game token within the Settlus blockchain remains a topic of speculation, whereas the payments in USDC are confirmed. Finally, this leads us to a hint of mystery as Overdare’s launch approaches.