A blockchain-based newcomer Night Life Crypto has criticized existing NFT-based games, arguing that they have failed to provide what consumers need or want.
The company is embarking on an on-chain game development with its “AAA-type game” that allows users to unlock various achievements and claim NFTs as rewards.
The game will then allow consumers to exchange those NFTs for prizes or sell them at a marketplace that it will be releasing soon.
Night Life Crypto hopes that its chosen model will enable it to become a self-sustaining ecosystem that appeals to a mass audience of people who are interested in spending cryptocurrencies on NFTs as well as various in-game items.
However, the company also argues that one of the barriers in the sector has been the cost of transaction fees making consumers skittish when deciding on whether to spend crypto.
The company's first game, Prop Pirates, hopes to achieve a level of excitement and engagement that will make crypto fans more inclined to engage with NFTs and want to play the upcoming blockchain title.
Night Life Crypto is also basing its titles on the Prop Hunt genre which has helped popular video games, such as Counter-Strike and Call of Duty achieve recognition. Night Life Crypto is going to follow up on this with a deck building gaming experience.