Mafia-themed metaverse game gears up for land sale


The metaverse continues to gain a foothold in our lives, especially digital land ownership. Now there is hardly a part of our existence that it hasn’t touched. The current rave is the game that incorporates non-fungible token (NFT) and play-to-win (P2E) models. And at first glance, it’s not going to go away any time soon.

Early adopters of the technology found it to be a viable income-generating opportunity. This is the reason why projects in this space are scrambling for market share. The adult games sector has also grown. The growing number of R-rated blockchain games entering the market confirms this reality.

the city of sin seeks to cater to the 18+ market segment and has an underworld theme with world class backers.

Running on cross-chain technology, including the Polygon blockchain (MATIC) and Binance Smart Chain (BSC), the R-rated metaverse includes 17 districts, each with their own unique properties and resources, which can be used to create a game. unique. items such as guns, supercars or fashionable clothing in the form of NFT.

Get to know Sin City

The game is all about players striving to build and expand their empires. To do this, you must own a land or join a faction, and Sin City has 15,000 plots, each measuring 10 m by 10 m (approximately 32.81 ft²).

There are two ways you can acquire land, including purchasing. The platform will organize its first land sale on December 27.

After purchasing the land, as a landowner you can create your faction or join forces with other landowners to form an affiliate. A faction is a gang that you or other players own. You can only establish a faction in low security neighborhoods. Alternatively, you can own land by working your way up from the bottom as a soldier. In this case, you start by joining an already existing faction, giving you protection and a way to access high rewards by obtaining in-game resources.

From there, you move up the hierarchy to lead it. A faction leader is likely to charge a fee for you joining their gang, but in return you will likely have access to substantial rewards, depending on the strength of the underlying faction. Stronger factions are likely to have more influence over their districts and collect higher taxes.

Landowners and tenants create income by building assets from their land. For example, they can farm a drug farm in the Cartel District. Alternatively, they could run a club in the Fashion District or a men’s club in the Red Light District.

Another way to expand your resources is to engage in gang warfare with other players. Sin City is a limitless game where factions compete for territory and resources. The stronger ones earn more, improving their characters in the game. Some of the resources they fight for are drugs, expensive jewelry, and bank loot.

Sin City divides the field into three safe zones to spice up the game. This division involves the complexity and risk associated with a particular district.

High Security Safe Zone attracts less risk and hence less rewards for players engaging in criminal activity or gang warfare. High-level police define the space and authorities are on hand to offer protection. However, high return rewards will be offered to landowners or tenants in terms of available resources.

The second is the low security zone characterized by factions fighting territorial wars. The area attracts moderate risk therefore moderate rewards. If you are from a weaker faction, you may lose in-game items such as guns and armory.

Finally, there is the Zero Security Zone, where you have the territories of the battlefield. This is a high risk, high reward area, with vicious dueling factions for resources. It will be filled with blood and gore, where only the strongest will survive.

Since its launch on October 17, 2021, the SIN token has attracted more than 20,000 holders. Funders for the project include Magnus Capital, AU21 Capital, Twin Apex Capital, Vulcan Forged and more, gaining the attention of the general public.

Future plans

The Metaverse Sin City has ambitious plans to host other protocols that match the underworld theme. Including third party casinos, an “Only Fans” type blockchain protocol and luxury car carriers. However, the initial sale of the land will likely be one of the most contested Metaverse projects of recent times.

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