The Global Premiere of ‘Five Stars’ The mobile RPG has a “Play to Earn” economy and a collecting system.
South Korea, 11th Jan 2023 – SkyPeople (CEO Park Kyung-Jae), a prominent Korean game-developing company, will begin accepting pre-registrations on the Google Play Store on January 11 and run through January 25 in preparation for the worldwide launch of their next game, “Five Stars.”
‘Five Stars,’ a mobile collectible RPG, allows players to take part in intense strategic fights while amassing a roster of characters with stunning visuals. Players can get lost in the game’s robust storylines and enjoy a wide variety of PVEs, including an enhancement system that becomes more vibrant as characters level up, a tactical battle to form a team, a farming system to collect potent items, and a world boss raid where real-time warfare between forces and the fun of boss capture coexist.
It provides one-of-a-kind entertainment by combining NFT transactions with P2E (Play to Earn) components powered by blockchain technology. NFTs can be “minted” from any user-created character or object that was gained via farming. These NFTs can then be exchanged or transferred to individual virtual wallets by users. The mineral tokens listed on the cryptocurrency market may be used to trade products on the NFT exchange, providing a pleasant opportunity to explore the autonomous economy.
Park Kyung-Jae, CEO of SkyPeople, stated, “we respectfully ask for your attention and support as we seek to become an internationally known game that symbolizes Korea,” expressing his company’s want to engage with players from all around the globe.
Global pre-registration HERE
Contact Person: Kim Seung Wan
Email: [email protected]
Address 1: Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Country: South Korea
Release Id: 2184
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