The battle for the FPS blockchain space heats up as The Forge: Arena opens up the first phase of its play to earn beta economy to the closed beta testers. Dubbed the Genesis 1.4.0 update, it includes not only the option to earn SCRAP tokens, but also new weapon skins, map, and game improvements, and an option for trading up weapon skins into rarer weapon cases.

Though the beta is only open to holders of Gen-E capsules, Forge: Arena implements the first phase of their play to earn economy with the launch of the SCRAP token. Players earn SCRAP by playing Forge: Arena in Hybrid Competitive Mode or Team Deathmatch. Team Deathmatch is accessed in-game, but joining Hybrid mode requires linking up through Discord and signing up for games there. It’s a bit awkward. Hopefully, the team will incorporate this feature into the game interface in the near future.

SCRAP is used to trade up weapon skins, and in the future, will power the NFT Generators when they are released. The game also features several other tokens, though not all are live. Players earn SOUL for kills, BOUNTY from missions and special game objectives, and SPARKS through loot boxes and special giveaways. SPARKS are required for the NFT Generator and to purchase skins on the in-game market. SPARKS will also be swappable with GENCOIN, the game’s governance token on the WAX blockchain. GENCOIN, SOUL, and BOUNTY are not yet released.


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