This will be the first in a line of play-to-earn games coming to Ultra’s platform.
Ultra and AbstractArt have unveiled a brand new partnership that will see the play-to-earn racing game Music Racer 2000 head to Ultra Games, being the first of many play-to-earn games coming to Ultra.
The Ultra ecosystem for gamers and developers, making use of blockchain technology, allows players to sell and trade digital goods that developers put on the platform, including games, DLCs, and virtual items. As an extension of this principle, Music Racer 2000 will feature unique cars to race, buy, and sell, with players having the opportunity to win in-game rewards and prizes using their NFT supercar. Players can even rent their car out to other players and upgrade it with customizable prizes.
The sequel to AbstractArt’s debut title Music Racer, this new game will let players bring cars and music to life by speeding through the fantasy track or flying into the space tunnel alongside chosen music, gathering beats, and chasing the rhythm.
Music Racer 2000 will see the green light for release in May 2022 on Ultra Games. Players will be able to use Ultra’s marketplace functionality alongside the game when the app is launched, which will allow players to buy and sell digital goods like weapons, mods, skins, and more.