Blockchain games are taking the gaming industry by storm by introducing new rewards systems for players and participants. Introducing Aurory Project: the Solana and Serum-powered blockchain gaming platform that brings the Web2 gaming excitement to the decentralized space.
Aurory is a fantasy RPG game that uses play-to-earn gaming mechanisms, enabling players to roam the vast digital world and be rewarded for their participation. In addition, the platform has developed a PvE mode allowing players to traverse between Antik and Cryptos, two distinct worlds where they meet in-game creatures called Nefties. The magical creatures can be caught or traded as they become an integral part of the entire JRPG experience.
The platform is pushing to decrease the entry barrier for decentralized gaming, making Web3 gaming more accessible to players by diversifying their offerings. As previously noted, Aurory offers a PvE mode with the scope of making the transition between Web2 and Web3 gaming more seamless. In addition, the game also features a PvP Multiplayer mode where players can challenge each other and win prizes and participate in giveaways based on their winning history.
The platform has launched its own utility token, $AURY, through a successful IDO launch. Holders of in-game currency $AURY can stake their tokens on the Aurory platform, thus using their tokens to generate additional passive income or purchase in-game assets to improve their hero’s attributes. At the time of writing, $AURY tokens are available on FTX, KuCoin Raydium and Orca.
The Competitive Team Advantage
As Aurory’s narrative continues to evolve, the project has onboarded top-class experienced developers and creatives who’ve worked for AAA studios. In addition, every team member who contributes to the visual identity and development of the game has more than 10 years of experience in Web2 game development, making them an indispensable asset for creating a converging gaming experience.
Stephan Carmignani is Aurory’s Creative Director and has 22 years of experience working for major game development companies such as Ubisoft, EA, and Warner Brothers. In addition, Simon Lallemand joined Aurory as the Environment Art Director and has over 15 years of experience in the field, working for companies such as Ubisoft and Gameloft.
Jonathan Campeau has recently joined Aurory as Executive Producer working for more than 18 years for the likes of Ubisoft, EA, and Gameloft. Jonathan has contributed to the release and development of games such as Prince of Persia or Far Cry 6 and has also produced VR and AR games in the past.
Tristan Yver and Darren Lau have been onboarded by Aurory as advisors due to their unmatched experience in the decentralized field. Tristian has developed FTX and Serum, while Darren has co-authored Coingeko’s first eBook: ‘’How To DeFi’’. Their expertise is an asset that has and will help Aurory to stand out.
The Stand Outs
With GameFi only progressing into mainstream attention, the look and feel of most games are still basic and murky. Aurory, on the other hand, mimics the UI, UX, and graphics of established Web2 games. Given the studio’s rapid expansion and ability to target a more significant market segment, Aurory Project has gained support and capital funding from Alameda Research, CMS Holdings, or Jump Capital.
Moreover, the studio has received funding from Animoca Brands, which has previously invested in trademark games such as Axie Infinity. NFTs and GameFi are the new bread and butter of the decentralized ecosystem. To ensure faster integration of blockchain into gaming habits, users need to gain exposure to games like Aurory through partnerships with established esports companies. They recently partnered with TSM FTX, the global esports organization, to release their first branded NFT collection on Solana. TSM became crypto-friendly after signing a $210 million dollar deal with FTX.