November 25, 2021 – Vancouver, Canada
The 10,000 masks based on remix culture will drop on December 2, 2021, and are a core component of the upcoming MIXMOB game built by veterans from FIFA, PokerStars, Halo, Nintendo and more.
MIXMOB, the play-to-earn game powered by Solana, is releasing their highly designed 10,000 masks for sale starting on December 2, 2021. The masks are a mutable NFT that evolves as players level up on their journey through the MIXMOB game universe.
MIXMOB is set in a universe where a mysterious AI deletes the world’s culture and locks away their prized NFTs in an impenetrable vault, enslaving humanity with an army of bots and a mysterious energy field that wipes their memories. Players are part of a creative resistance group that escaped underground into the subdomains. Their missionto regroup, fight back and rechain culture.
To play MIXMOB, you need a mask, which is a player’s unique identity in the gamenonymous, yet accountable. The masks are generated from over 200 individual components and include 2D, 3D, sketches, stickers, candy, pop culture, art, music and science. The mask’s key features are as follows.
Eight mask components
Five animal factions pig, cat, dog, bull and ape
Four rarity categories mix and match, random matter, gold and a surprise category
Membership to the MIXMOB DAO
Early access to the game much sooner before it launches
Exclusive airdrops and rewards
Status in the game for being there from the beginning
MIXMOB is a metaverse broken down into two phases. The first phase is a card strategy battle game where players compete, trade and remix for NFTs and other rewards. The second phase is an MMO battle royale game where your mask and avatar go to a 3D world.
Simon Vieira, CEO and game producer for MIXMOB, said,
“MIXMOB is Axie meets Fortnite. This is all about flexing avatar fame. Players can create their own NFT content by adding their designs to their avatar and into the marketplace for other players to purchase. It’s a constant state of remix culture.”
MIXMOB is developed by an all-star game development team. This team has worked on FIFA, Halo, Battlefield, PokerStars, Nintendo, Xbox and more. It’s backed by prominent crypto investors including Solana, DeFiance Capital, Merit Circle, Oliver Blakey, Darren and Darryl Lau and others.
Simon Vieira, CEO and game producer for MIXMOB
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