JAN 18, 2024
Night Crows pre-registration NFT collection sells out
South Korean gaming publisher Wemade opened sales for its “The Night is Coming” NFT collection on Jan. 11 to 12 to celebrate pre-registration for the global version of the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) Night Crows. All 341 NFTs were sold out, according to an official press release on Thursday (KST).
Unveiling exclusive NFTs
The NFT Collection featured NFTs of different tiers, including Uncommon and Rare NFTs that went on sale on Jan. 11, as well as Epic, Legendary and Mythical NFTs that were available on NILE – short for “NFT Is Life Evolution,” a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) and NFT marketplace on WEMIX3.0 – the next day. All NFTs were sold out within a day.
Blockchain-backed fantasy game
Built on Unreal Engine 5, a three-dimensional computer graphics engine used for game and content development, Night Crows features high-quality graphics, an immersive world, realistic action and major in-game battles. It has topped the popularity and revenue charts on major app markets in South Korea since its launch in April last year.
The global version of the game, which is scheduled for release in March, will harness blockchain technology and a multifaceted tokenomics system that tokenizes in-game items. It will also introduce character NFTs that keep character and player data in one place, connecting the game’s internal and external economies.
Wemade also stated that owners of the NFTs can exchange them with CROW, the game’s native token, starting on April 1. The token’s value is stabilized by a minting process controlled by the Peg Stability Module (PSM), which allows users to swap a native stablecoin for other protocol-accepted stablecoins at a 1:1 rate.