Game studio Codebit Labs has launched an in-game Easter event for their blockchain-powered dungeon crawler Forgotten Artifacts. By doing in-game quests and finding elemental eggs, players can obtain pink and blue Easter bunny outfits. There are only 200 outfits of each color, while fifty green bunnies are for sale for 150 dollars.
Gamers can download Forgotten Artifacts from the official website. After installing they need to start the game and find the Wandering Merchant. She has a quest to share. Players can use the in-game tracking feature to monitor the requirements for the quest.
Inside the Echoing, Macabre and Haunted dungeons players can find Elemental Eggs. Once players have enough of these eggs, they can return to the merchant and claim their prize.
The Forgotten Artifacts Easter event starts on Monday April 6, 2020 at UTC+0 and will run until April 15, 2020 at UTC+0.
What is Forgotten Artifacts?
Forgotten Artifacts is a blockchain-powered action role playing game that resembles dungeon crawlers like Diablo. Gameplay is adventure, action and puzzle oriented. During the tours through the dungeons, players need to obtain treasures and bring them to the exit. Delve deeper, and players will have a bigger chance of finding rare rewards. However, when players die during their tour, they will lose all the rewards they’ve found.
The items in Forgotten Artifacts are a mixture of Fungible and Non-Fungible tokens (digital goods and collectibles). Each item has a limited supply making them provably rare and unique.
The Enjin Platform powers the game. This means that many items have a functionality within Forgotten Artifacts, but also within other games. Players can find these items for example on OpenSea. A founder’s token can be bought for 1.5 ETH, while wanted items like the Death’s Sigh bow sell for 0.065 ETH.
In towns players can explore the universe, find information for quests and start encounters, dungeons and events. Encounters will happen occasionally, while events are seasonal. Dungeons will always be there and offer endless variation in design, enemies and loot. They are randomly, procedurally generated.
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