League of Kingdoms is a free world game where all of the land and assets are owned by the players. Players can buy land, develop it, form alliances with other kingdoms, and declare wars. Being a strategy game, the players must hone their skills in warfare, urban planning, governance, economy, instincts, and diplomacy. Additionally, it uses Ethereum blockchain technology. Moreover, the game uses $LOKA tokens as a governance coin. This coin helps players in transactions, construct buildings on it and develop their kingdom through various decisions of the kingdom.
League of Kingdoms Gameplay
There are four major resources in the game that players need i.e. wood, stone, corn, and gold. Players earn them by completing different tasks and routinely mining. Moreover, LAND is a non-fungible token used to buy lands in the kingdom. So in a way, there are two types of people in the game, the landowners and the players who develop the kingdoms on these lands. Some players can be both. The interesting element of the game is the minting of NFTs that can be traded or burning these NFTs to create new resources. These NFTs can be bought or sold on the OpenSea platform but it requires gas fees which is not an attractive feature for a new game. In totality, there are 6 land levels in the game with the most expensive one costing $240.
As the players’ kingdoms develop and expand, they can jump to the next level of land to increase their social standing and power in the game economy and society, giving the players a true metaverse experience. The secondary earning from the game can be achieved by investing in DAI tokens which the players can receive as rent from the lands they own and in this way the landowner and the players work together by formulating alliances to develop the kingdom. Playable on both PC and mobile, the developers promise smooth gameplay with a fun way to earn money and real-life value for time.