PlanetQuest Review

NFTs are becoming extremely popular on the internet. More and more artists and creators are joining the metaverse and showing their art to the world. Hand drawn art, digital art,
photography, the possibilities are endless in the metaverse. Today we are going to chat all about the P2E video game PlanetQuest. But what is it all about?

“PlanetQuest is a free-to-play, play-to-earn video game with a cinematic gaming multiverse that lets players truly own, not just their gear, but entire planets, and join in an epic, decentralized storyline where their choices and adventures on unknown worlds will shape the fate of humanity.”

With no official announcement on the release date the creators plan to open next year. There they will open up sales for planets, gear and other NFTs! Late this year collectors can expect to take a first look at their planets. With amazing graphics and designs fans of video games will appreciate what PlanetQuest has in store.

This game has an incredible system. Holders will own entire planets which they will be able to visit during gameplay. Guilds will also be represented through NFTs alongside gear in the game! During game exploration players will find extremely rare artifacts! There is a lot to expect for PlanetQuest!

Check out their Prologue:
“In the beginning…nIn a time before the current galactic calendar was established, the two central factions on Earth – the Empire and the Federation – took to the stars, each beckoned there by a different promise: for the Empire, it was glory; for the Federation, it was freedom.

Inevitably, there was conflict between the two factions, and from this divide the Union sprang forth: a group claiming allegiance to neither faction, their call to the stars was separate and wholly their own; for the Union’s vision was one of progress. As the factions carved out their own sections of space, the Sol system and the Earth gradually became the centre of what would come to be known as the Core Systems. As they grew, each faction also discovered a powerful artifact for themselves: the Bastion, the Oracle and the Nexus.

These artifacts were found to be ancient, far predating any recorded human history. With the discovery of artifacts also came the discovery of Quantum, a material found inside the artifact’s aged circuits, as well as in smaller quantities on other planets far beyond the Core Systems. Quantum was a near miraculous substance, a vast source of energy capable of instantly changing its own molecular structure. Its appearance heralded a new age of technology, and swiftly the factions became caught up in a frantic struggle for power, with each of them fighting over every scrap of Quantum they could find.

These skirmishes soon blossomed into an all-out war, one which might have brought about the end of humanity, had it not been for the sudden destruction of the Sol system, and the Earth along with it. The cause of this terrible event is still unknown, and over the course of galactic history the finger has been pointed at all three of the known factions. It is possible we may never truly know what happened to humanity’s home.

However, the complete annihilation of an entire star system shook the faction leaders into
drastic action. In the area of space that the solar system had once occupied, they brokered a
peace between the three factions. This would be the first meeting of the Universal Council, a
conglomerate in which representatives from the Empire, the Federation and the Union would
oversee each faction, in order to prevent such a calamity from happening again.

Today, it has been five hundred years since the destruction of the Sol system. Quantum is
scarce, and its use is highly regulated by the Universal Council. Though the lives of people
within the factions are relatively peaceful, tensions between the factions are on the rise once
again. This fragile peace could shatter at any moment, and it is up to the voters of the Council to maintain the balance of power in the face of impending war.”

Fans of amazing games should consider supporting the release of PlanetQuest. You will be able to stay updated by checking out all of their links. This game is going to truly change the
metaverse. Support them today. You will not regret it


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