Play-to-earn gaming ecosystem Nakamoto Games has given the public a taste of what it has in store for 2022. The play-to-earn powerhouse has released a preview of the upcoming 3D multiplayer strategy game Escape. The preview shows how gamers will be able to immerse themselves in a cutting-edge 3D environment and solve puzzles to compete for lucrative play-to-earn opportunities. 

 The 3D multiplayer game was fully developed in-house by the Nakamoto Games development team, which has been working relentlessly to stay at the forefront of innovation in the play-to-earn space, and this is evident from the preview. The 3D strategy game looks set to severely disrupt the play-to-earn industry as it unveils high-end graphics, sublime gameplay and multiplayer integration, which are comparable to popular gaming franchise Call of Duty®. The Escape game will be added to Nakamoto Games’ current suite of gaming options in Q1 of 2022.

Following the NAKA token listing on KuCoin in October, Nakamoto Games launched its mainnet and released several cutting-edge play-to-earn games. Successfully executing the launch of an in-house 3D action strategy game with high-end gameplay and multiplayer functionality will set a new standard in the play-to-earn field and establish Nakamoto Games as a leader in the play-to-earn field.

 The Escape preview featured multiple players competing in strategic play-to-earn endeavors within a cutting-edge gameplay environment. The official release of the multiplayer game will follow in Q1 of 2022. Nakamoto Games is pushing the boundaries of what is possible in play-to-earn and the release of Escape will take this to an unprecedented level.

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