Battle Racers will hold an open tournament for all its non-fungible token holders once it relaunches its parts trading feature in April.
According to the announcement, the tournament will follow a two-player best-of-3 format, as well as allow players to schedule their own duels once the brackets are announced.
The team behind the car racing blockchain game will relaunch its parts trading UI/UX next month as part of its migration to the Matic Network sidechain, which was announced in November 2019.
As stated in their update, Battle Racers’ 3D/client team have lately been synchronizing the performance of the game’s Early Access build on play.battleracers.io with its arena on Decentraland to provide a smooth gameplay within the Decentraland experience.
The car racing game’s design team has also begun preparing for the introduction of the upgrade system, which is expected to enable players to acquire upgrade-essential materials through competitive races.
After relaunching the parts trading UI/UX, Battle Racers developers will work on crate trading requirements that will be later applied to OpenSea, as well as finalize its Garage and Loadout UI.
Battle Racers is a virtual car racing arcade game developed by Altitude Games for the Decentraland platform. It allows players to model and race digital cars on arcade-sized tracks.
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