Third Time's The Charm? Kritika Global Releases Today With All Of Its P2E Trappings
The launch comes quickly after COM2US's acquisition back in February.
Despite the announcement seemingly coming out of nowhere and some thinking this may be an unofficial version of the game due to a pretty lackluster site and lack of actual press packets, Kritika Global has launched today. The teams at COM2US, and their recently purchased subsidiary ALLM, are bringing the game back for a third time in the west, and this time it was announced via an official press release and not just some whitepages.
This latest version intends to fully embrace the play-to-earn (P2E) model complete with NFT and blockchain support through Hive.
Jumping into the game, players will select from one of 6 different classes to get started in the beat'em up mayhem and leveling these classes will open up a variety of different subclass options depending on your playstyle of choice.
In addition to the launch and the new model for this free-to-play title, we also have dates for some features coming soon. On June 29th the team plans to add Siege Wars challenging players to conquer 10 castles with rewards going to the winning guilds.
July 3rd will see the addition of PvP tournaments on a monthly basis with winners collecting Diamonds as a result.
These pieces of content can be run by groups of 4 or 8 depending on the content chosen.
We'll have to wait for a full breakdown of the P2E elements of the game as the value of these items and currency will certainly depend on the interest from, and size of, the player base so we'll keep an eye on it for you.
Do you have any interest in the latest version of Kritika?
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Even more nuts is that these style of games really are more aimed at those that want to play multiple characters. Yet supposedly people only start with one character slot, and need to spend $50 US for each additional one ( https://mmofallout.com/kritika-global-selling-50-character-slots/ ). Note, character slots in games usually cost about $10 US, and you'd start with some five, to ten character slots in these games.