VeChain-based e-sports platform Plair has launched Team Fortress 2, a multiplayer first-person shooter video game, on its Beta Mainnet.
Plair said via Medium that Team Fortress 2’s Payload game mode is the first game mode to be integrated on Plair. The FPS game’s other game modes such as Payload Race, Control Point, and King of the Hill will be added on Plair in the future.
Launching Team Fortress 2 on Plair’s Beta Mainnet means players will immediately receive PLA tokens after completing a match.
Team Fortress 2 is the third game added on Plair, succeeding the launch of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2, both of which were listed during the Alpha Phase of the decentralized gaming platform.
Plairs plans to open its Create Your Own Tournament feature to all three games soon. The blockchain-powered feature will allow players to develop and participate in tournaments to their liking, as well as engage with other players worldwide.
Team Fortress 2 is the sequel to Team Fortress, a video game mod to 1996 FPS video game Quake. The game is set in a fictional world where two companies, Reliable Excavation & Demolition (RED) and Builders League United (BLU), that are run by two competitive brothers try to sabotage each other to protect their own assets.
Players get to play as one of the nine character classes in any of the two teams. The character classes are grouped into three categories: defense, offense, and support.
Team Fortress 2 is developed by Valve Corporation.