Battle of Olympus, an arcade street fighting game, announced today the launch of the first phase of its Presale for its in-game currency $GODLY, on Arbitrum.
As per the announcement, the First Presale round is set to start on March 27. In total, Battle of Olympus plans to have 4 presale rounds for $GODLY. The pressure rounds include the OG Whitelist to be held on March 27, the Public Whitelist (March 29), the Public sale (March 31), and the seed investors. This first stage of the presale will allow early investors to purchase the token for $0.0221, with the price expected to increase throughout the four rounds to a launch price of $0.05.
$GODLY is an ERC-20 token created to serve various utilities within the Battle of Olympus ecosystem, including purchasing items like loot boxes, wagering in PVP matches, buying costumes, and much more. The token also provides users with numerous benefits. The token has a total supply of 100 million tokens with 16% of these tokens allocated for the presale rounds.
Developed by Revenant, a decentralized gaming ecosystem, Battle of Olympus features the cyberpunk city of Olympus. In the game, players are tasked with conquering the metropolis. Players have to fight other players and several Greek gods along the way to the top of Olympus to conquer the city. The game experience will have players reminiscing on classic games like Tekken, Street Fight, Mortal Kombat, and more.
Notably, Battle of Olympus is one of the few Web3 games with a fully functioning demo setup allowing players to test their game skills. The Battle of Olympus development team plans to update the demo version in the second quarter of 2023 and to add a collection of in-game digital collectibles.
The game is designed by a team of hardcore gamers who have poured hours into the project to provide players with gameplay like no other. The game has two types of gameplay, namely, PVE and PVP. In PVE, players and their factions fight against gods for territories, while in PVP, they battle against other players. In addition, the Battle of Olympus’ gameplay is based on RPG and roguelike elements to engage players and keep them hooked for hours.
Battle of Olympus has a reward model that rewards players for their activities within the game. This model is designed to balance a player’s financial incentives and enjoyment of the game. Through this model, the team hopes to create a more sustainable in-game economy that is attractive and retains players.
In the coming days, Battle of Olympus plans to introduce NFTs allowing players to mint in-game items and characters. The game will also provide NFTs owners with trading options to sell and buy digital assets. This will reportedly be done on the Revenant Marketplace.