Fusionist, the Web3-based gaming company, recently announced the launch of its second beta testing phase, “Fusionist Beta II: Galactic Duel,” which will be available on the Steam platform.
The company, in a post on X (formerly Twitter), communicated that it has already distributed Steam beta codes to users, preparing for the scheduled launch on November 22.
This new beta phase marks a significant milestone as it introduces player vs. player (PvP) modes in Fusionist’s robot simulation game. Until now, the platform focused on player vs. enemy modes. Chinese cryptocurrency journalist, Wu Blockchain, expects the test scale to expand to include 3,000 people.
Materials and Battle Points will be obtained after each PvP battle 👀
After a battle, the winner receives 100 materials, while the loser gets 70 materials.
Every 200 materials can mint 1 mech 🦾
The more battle you win, the higher your ranking will be.
— Fusionist 🛸👾 | Endurance ♠️⛓ (@fusionistio) November 20, 2023
During PvP battles in the game, participants will have the opportunity to win materials and battle points. Additionally, according to Fusionist, players can earn NFTs and a share of a total prize pool of 30,000 ACE, depending on the accumulated points during the matches.
Fusionist encourages those who still wish to participate in the beta phase to obtain a Steam code. The gaming period will commence on November 22 at 9:00 a.m. and conclude on December 13, 2023. PvP games will be available between 5:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. (UTC).
The Evolution of Fusionist
In terms of funding, Fusionist garnered attention in May 2022 by raising over $6.6 million in a seed funding round. Binance Labs and Web2 gaming giant FunPlus co-led this round. The company plans to use these funds to expedite the development of its games and strengthen its Endurance Mainnet ecosystem.
On the other hand, recent reports highlight significant growth in the crypto gaming sector. In July 2023, the sector received funding investments exceeding $297 million, marking a substantial increase from the $68 million invested in June.
This phenomenon underscores the growing interest and financial support for the convergence of Web3 technologies and gaming. In this dynamic sector of the industry, Fusionist, with its focus on innovation and gaming experiences, is poised to play a prominent role.