Another Friday means another Friday Development Update. And this week we have something REALLY AMAZING to share will you, visuals included 🤩
Let’s see what our game developers have been working on this week!
DeRace native NFT horse shop
Our back-end and smart contract developers have finished all the work with our native NFT horse shop! We are ready for our NFT horse drop next week!
Horse ticket exchange
Good news for horse ticket holders! We are finishing up our horse ticket exchange! Everyone who purchased a horse ticket on Binance NFT, NFTrade or secondary market will be able to exchange it for in-game NFT horses! The exchange system is almost done and we are aiming to launch it live next week.
The planning and sketching phase is finally over! We crafted our race logic, mechanics, algorithms and have been working hard on a visual part for the last few weeks!
First, we will introduce you to a NFT horse explorer that you will be able to see next week in our NFT horse explorer and on the platform in the future!
NFT horse in a hippodrome: day mode
NFT horse in a hippodrome: night mode
Yes, you got that right! We will have day mode and night mode in our game! We will update you on this feature really soon 👀
Besides that, our game developers are also working super hard on the creation of a hippodrome environment. Here is a screen recording of Unity Developers workspace:
And for those who are super tech-savvy here is the whole process of building a hippodrome environment for scratch:
So far, our development process has gone smoothly as we overcame the most challenging part: NFT horses. You will get more visual materials from us in the very near future, so stay tuned!
DeRace is a complete NFT horse racing ecosystem where you can participate in horse races, breed NFT horses with unique characteristics, host races in your own NFT hippodrome and earn profit while doing it.
DeRace is electrifying the current NFT market by allowing players to fully interact with their DNA-enriched NFT horses and have full control of their own hippodromes.