Area of Attack is a play-to-earn MMORPG game based on blockchain technology. The game is set in a magical world where a meteor landed on an ancient city a few hundred years ago, resulting in a blast that created many islands. Area of Attack recently announced a closed beta test for Android and iOS devices.
Additionally, Area of Attack is a GameFi community project, which is a combination of video games and decentralized finance using blockchain technology. Area of Attack aims to build a play-to-earn ecosystem by distributing in-game Area of Attack tokens to increase player participation. AOA believes that this method will create a unique and continuous earning ecosystem that will help build a strong community.
Area of Attack features a play-to-earn model that allows players to earn tokens while playing games and later trade them in the market. Players will also find mystery boxes that will get them a price of equipment to start the journey.
They will have to complete 8 tasks per day to open a mystery box to increase their powers. Players will be able to communicate with players across the globe, form strategies, and have a meaningful discussion, enabling them to build a strong and thriving community.
Area of Attack also allows players to go head to head with enemies were defeating the enemies will help them advance. Each hero will have their own set of skills and powers. Area of Attack also features an intense arena mode which will give players a chance to earn more AOA tokens and the highest honor.
How to sign up for Area of Attack Closed Beta Test
AOA is now calling for beta test participants; the game will reward free NFT to all new users this week. All new players will receive a compulsory NFT this week which will be upgraded to level 40 when Area of Attack is officially launched.
Users can stay updated with all the information by visiting the Area of Attack official website. Interested players can register for the best test by filling up a Google form by the developers, which requires users to fill up basic data like name, email address, and polygon wallet address.
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