This innovative game is set to revolutionize the digital landscape by integrating Bored Apes into its storyline and allowing players to construct giant robotic characters using collectible NFT parts.
The 3D mech-fighting game Wreck League, which is being developed by nWay, will feature the Bored Ape Yacht Club and other NFT collections made by Yuga Labs in its initial season.
The Wreck League Game focuses on a brutal contest of skill and dominance, the most potent mechs you can build battle it out with other players’ fighters on the unrivaled battlefield that is Wreck League.
The users can build their mech, hone your skills in training mode, then compete against other mech owners from across the world in planned TOURNAMENTS and EVENTS for the ultimate challenge. They can also gain dominance to receive valuable on-chain prizes.
“Welcome to Wreck League, an entirely new project that marks the next chapter in the evolution of fighting games, competitive gaming, and esports.
We’re building a AAA-quality game. We want to showcase the first look on announcement day.” Wreck League tweeted.
In addition to the Mutant Ape Yacht Club, Koda creatures from Yuga’s Otherdeed NFTs, and the Bored Ape Kennel Club, nWay, a division of publisher and metaverse investor Animoca Brands, has licenced Yuga’s Bored Ape Yacht Club characters for Wreck League. nWay previously created licensed “Power Rangers” games.
Spencer Tucker, Chief Gaming Officer of Yuga Labs, stated in a news release that the game takes place in a “non canonical Extended Yugaverse.”
Wreck League will let NFT creators turn their creations into user-generated content:
NWay will also permit mech NFT producers to transform their works into user-generated content and sell them as playable characters to conventional, non-crypto Wreck League players in the game’s “Web2” game store. Wreck League will allow NFTs and asset trading for players who wish it.
According to a statement from nWay, NFT mechs can be “copied” to Wreck League’s marketplace as usable, off-chain game assets, with “a portion of the revenue” from such transactions going to the original NFT owners.
These in-game objects would be locked within the non-blockchain version of Wreck League, similar to assets in games like Fortnite and Roblox.