Animoca Brands has launched the Time Trial game mode for their racing game F1 Delta Time. The first racing track is the Australian Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. Those who are in the top 3 of the weekly leaderboards will earn prizes.
To play, gamers need to head to the official website. The first two daily tries for the time trial are free to play, after which players need to pay ethereum for additional sessions. The amount of paying players will also determine the size of the price pool. All daily scores together will make up an accumulated score for the weekly leaderboard.
Each circuit applies a multiplayer to the sum of each category. Depending on whether the track has a focus on grip, luck, speed or acceleration, there will be a multiplier on a certain stat. The way a car performs on a track, isn’t limited to this one statistic, but to the entire set of stats for cars, drivers and the track itself.
Every race day the weather can change. This adds an extra layer of variation as players need the right set of tires for the best performances. Those who perform the best in the weekly leaderboards will earn rewards, which vary over time from ETH to REV or car parts.
What is F1 Delta Time?
In F1 Delta Time players can collect virtual cars, drivers and car parts. Players can sell or trade these with other gamers. This element of digital collecting is already live.
Competitive racing will be a core element of F1 Delta Time. Each car has characteristics unique to the vehicle. Acceleration, grip, top speed, and luck are the elements that will influence the car’s performance. Players need equipment, cars and drivers in order to be able to compete.
During this month’s auction, players spend an average of 816 dollars per person on the game. Overall Animoca Brands sold 2375 crates, bringing in a total of 364.270 dollars.
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