Merit Circle Partners With Tatsumeeko, an MMORPG-Lite
Merit Circle has partnered with Tatsumeeko by investing $200,000, effectively opening the gates of Tatsumeeko to the world of Web3. Tatsumeeko is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that has been designed to be played mainly on Discord, and it, however, does integrate different mobile communities. The game can be played on iOS, Android, Discord, Web, or other supported chat platforms.
Players go through a storyline that starts with players waking up in a mysterious land of Steyria and then making their way across the land while battling evil bent on destroying Ielia. They are tasked with building a team of characters and exploring the magical land.
The game includes daily quests distributed through content passes. Players must complete these quests to unlock new cosmetics, gear, skin, and ear $IGN.
$IGN is a token that runs the economy of the game. Tatsumeeko is a dual token-based game, with another token being $MKLN. The model has been successful so far, with challenges being tackled by ensuring longevity and sustainability.
The currency token helps the holder to govern Pets, Personal Dimension Development, Minions, and Cosmetics. The tokens are awarded to players after completing the daily quest, and players who acquire a content pass or compete in PvP also stand eligible to hold the governance token.
Daily Quests are initially easier to complete. As players proceed in the storyline, the difficulty level increases and the time to complete the task becomes longer.
World Difficulty Modifiers is an exclusive feature of the game that makes it mandatory for players to collaborate and spend their tokens in the secondary market. Only through these two elements can players proceed in the game when World Difficulty Modifiers are enabled.
Merit Circle shared the update through an official blog post wherein it said that the team is ever-excited to work with studios from the gaming industry, adding that the aim is to bridge the gap between Web2 and Web3 spaces.
David Linn, the Chief Executive Officer & Creative Director of Tatsu Works, said the studio was proud to partner with Merit Circle. Calling it one of the largest gaming DAOs, David Linn highlighted that Merit Circle has an extensive experience in Web3 gaming with a stronger community base.
David Linn added that a long-term partnership with Merit Circle was crucial to strengthen the position of the studio by granting it exposure to a strong and involved community. The aim is to assist audiences of Web2 and Web3 across the globe.
Merit Circle is engaged in creating a metaverse by empowering people and encouraging them to be a part of it. The digital world has indeed gained much attention, with many brands turning their wheels to Metaverse. Meta Circle is a part of that ecosystem with the difference that it gives an opportunity of earning through play.