Arsenal, a 3D first person shooter game owned by Fabwelt, is gearing up to launch its first-ever competitive season with a limited collection of passes. In a bid to attract more players to the game, Arsenal has enabled a free-to-play option where players can earn in-game points that can be converted to WELT tokens.
With the introduction of the Fighting Pass, players who have a pass will be eligible to earn extra WELT and access other bonuses. Arsenal is a multi-platform game available for PC, Mac, and mobile devices, and is built on two top-rated P2E blockchains, BSC and Polygon.
Apart from the Fighting Pass, Arsenal is introducing other exciting features, including third-person view and in-game vehicles, as part of its upcoming Version 2.5, set to launch in 2023. This move aims to make the game more complex, attracting both traditional and Web3 gamers.
Organizers of the upcoming Arsenal Maiden Competition can offer a customized map, control the game mode, and regulate the maximum number of players participating. They can also select players with specially crafted NFT playable characters and avatar pics. Arsenal can be played without any NFT game, but some weapons and strategic advantages require them.
While Arsenal currently has a limited number of downloads, with about 1K new players through Android, the game aims to expand its adoption among gamers, particularly with the introduction of the Fighting Pass and other upgrades in the upcoming Version 2.5.