Unlike traditional NFTs, DEEPSPACE ships are playable in-game and upgradable. This required fiendishly complex coding and blockchain contract work, but it’s one of the many aspects that set DEEPSPACE apart from other blockchain Play-to-Earn games.
Fighters are designed to excel at combat! They feature state of the art weapon technologies that can deal incredible damage.
Tanks are optimized for managing enemy engagements, longevity, and withstanding lots of damage.
Miners are specifically engineered for efficient resource collection and removing obstacles on the battlefield.
Support ships are built for versatility. They feature elite speed and maneuverability plus the ability to heal and boost the capabilities of your other ships.
The performance of a ship is determined by its stats. DEEPSPACE ships have eight unique stats. The total of the stats determines a ship’s star class (from one star to the elite 5-star). Each stat has a maximum value, that maximum value changes dependent on the stat and the ship’s type e.g. the max Speed for a Tank is 40 whereas the max speed for a Support ship is 100.
When buying a ship or playing one in-game, it’s important to have an understanding of the stats that determine the performance of your ship. Saying that, a good player in a low-stat ship could still defeat an average player in a high-stat ship if the former uses cunning gameplay. For more information on stats, see our documentation
Cores determine if your ship has a type advantage over other ships, making your ships more effective at their roles!
Cores can also be used to create semi-fungible token (SFT) upgrades for other ships! They can be acquired by recycling your ships.