Alaska Gold Rush, a popular play-to-earn game, has unveiled its new economic model to promote sustainability and fairness in the gaming ecosystem. The new model addresses the challenges of numerous unsustainable economies found in other P2E games by introducing a detailed overview of the game's economy, highlighting strong and weak points, and evaluating different game modes and mechanics.
The Alaska Gold Rush economic model features both in-game hard and soft currencies, dedicated to on-chain and off-chain uses. The game has different modes that affect the overall economic model and player base, and players need to have certain required characteristics to mine Gold. Players can also obtain consumable items like food or weapons at the shop.
The game features two in-game currencies: Gold and $CARAT. Players can collect and extract Gold and other resources from mines, which they can store in a mine they own or with a landowner. The price for purchasing a mine with $CARAT depends on the size of the mine, which comes in small, medium, and large.
In addition to buying mines, players also need to buy necessary equipment and items for expeditions due to unfavorable weather conditions in some Alaskan locations. In-game assets help players survive staying overnight and surviving in the wilderness. Players must also monitor their HP Bar, Temperature, Hunger, Energy, and Endurance.
Players can prepare for battle, equip weapons, and make decisions at the Arena loop before engaging in PvP mode in the Arenas. New players can also test their strategy, weapon, and skill in Casual/Practice Mode.
The new economic model from Alaska Gold Rush provides a more sustainable and fair gaming environment for players. It allows players to collect and extract resources while also promoting responsible gameplay.