Nitro League, a decentralized play-to-earn racing game, is now taking a multi-pronged approach to the NFT industry. First, the platform hopes to make virtual racing appealing to the general public after a successful launch.
Nitro League has grown in popularity since its Initial DEX Offering (IDO) on Polkastarter, and the play-to-earn game is now available on all platforms. Furthermore, the team announced new projects to look forward to in March 2022, including Virtual Garage, a New NFT Marketplace, and single track gameplay, as part of its shift to blockchain gaming and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The virtual garage is a cutting-edge environment where players can spend their time. It also has digital controls, mechanical gear, and an easy-to-use interface with distinctive functionality. Players can display their NFT collections, modify their cars, compete in mini-games, and engage with the rest of the Nitroverse community here.
Players will purchase, sell, and trade NFTs that represent in-game things like headlights, engines, decals, hoods, paint jobs, boosters, and taillights on the new NFT marketplace. Each player can customize the look and feel of their car to their preferences. Indeed, this will pave the way for the rise of the rarity of NFT assets.
It’s worth noting that client happiness has always been a top priority for Nitro League. It has been collecting input since then to broaden the virtual racing scene. As a result, it decided to concentrate on the virtual garage and the NFT marketplace.
Nitroverse, the metaverse of Nitro League, gives players access to a fully functional, creative racing game set in a sandbox environment. Tokens are awarded based on a player’s ability.
As a result, Nitroverse is known for combining two of today’s hottest subjects in technology: cryptocurrency and eSports. In other Nitro League news, the company has teamed up with DAFI Protocol and Polinate.