A Blockchain-Based Mobile Racing Game: Infinite Drive

The Tiny Digital Factory, a well-known game studio, revealed yesterday that it is creating Infinite Drive, the first race-to-earn metaverse. By the end of 2022, the well-known racing and motorsport game producer anticipates licensing more than 100 vehicles for the game. The game is planned for release on mobile platforms in Q4. Let's examine Infinite Drive's main themes in more detail.

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Infinite Drive: What is it?
Infinite Drive is essentially created "by racing fans for racing fans." A "realistic" and "accessible" gameplay experience with recreations of officially licensed cars is promised.
“We’ve used web3 tech to make it possible for gamers to actually own and earn from their vehicles, alongside a stunning player experience out on track,” said Stephane Baudet, Founder and CEO of The Tiny Digital Factory.

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“Infinite Drive offers the accessibility of mobile games, combined with play and earn, providing the tools to reward passionate players who are already organizing racing events and helping us create the very best driving experience.”

What is the Function of the Race-to-Earn Metaverse?
Players can experience the rush of real-world racing from the comfort of their homes using simulation-based gaming. Additionally, they are able to sense, hear, and experience the special characteristics of each automobile on the circuit.

Drivers that possess the necessary skills can compete for cash. They can therefore drive for other players and take part in sanctioned competitions and races to win tokens. They can even split the prize money!

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On Infinite Drive, gamers can also construct and exchange their vehicles as NFTs. The game will release a Genesis collection of 5,000 officially licensed NFT automobiles starting in the summer of 2022. Players will gain immediate access to the closed Alpha phase of Infinite Drive with the help of these high-end real-world brands' automobiles.

“With its game-first engine architecture and unique digital car ownership, Infinite Drive is the zenith of twenty years of making driving simulation games,” said Stephane Baudet, CEO at The Tiny Digital Factory, in a statement. “For decades, racing fans have been staring lovingly at dream cars in virtual garages. So we’ve used Web3 tech to make it possible for gamers to actually own and earn from their vehicles, alongside a stunning player experience out on track. Infinite Drive offers the accessibility of mobile games, combined with play and earn, providing the tools to reward passionate players who are already organizing racing events and helping us create the very best driving experience.”

The company's developers have contributed to games like Fallout Shelter, Gangstar, Hitman Sniper, Jurassic World: The Game, and Rollercoaster Tycoon Touch.

The chart-topping GT Manager and F1 Mobile Racing are just a couple of the titles the Tiny Digital Factory crew has worked on. Additionally, it collaborated with Animoca Brands to create the renowned REVV Racing game as well as the ground-breaking Web3 driving game F1 Delta Time. In March, Animoca Brands announced the closure of F1 Delta Time after losing the rights to the F1 brand.

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According to Baudet in an email to GamesBeat, The Tiny Digital Factory has so far provided all of the funding for Infinite Drive.

The public launch of Infinite Drive will be supported by the next Series A fundraising round for The Tiny Digital Factory, while the first collection of NFT cars will be made available to the public in early July 2022.

Over the past three years, the business has collaborated on earlier games with more than 20 automakers.

"We already have roughly 30 automobile models from six automakers licensed for Infinite Drive. We hope to have more than 100 automobile models licensed by the end of 2022, and other prestigious automakers will be announced in the upcoming weeks," according to Baudet.
 

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