Following over 18 months of relentless development, many sleepless nights, and constant toil, anthropomorphic cyberpunk Web3 battler, Sipher, has announced it will move into its closed alpha phase. This means that select NFT owners who have supported the game throughout its development will have a chance to jump in and playtest the environment.
Through this bare bones version of the game, the Sipher team will gather and study core data metrics in order to prepare the world for the open alpha phase that will follow a little later down the line. The news comes as part of the August development update that the project published in order to keep its fanbase in the loop. Other key points, include a huge visual effects update, improved character animations, and details of an amazing range of new weapons.
Ather Labs Development Update: August 2023 🔥
The entire team has poured their heart and soul into the development of @playSIPHER and we’re excited to bring you into the Closed Alpha phase.
Ready to dive in? 🚀
👉🏻View The Full Report: https://t.co/OF7ndg9W7qpic.twitter.com/c3BG9fB2hF
— Ather Labs (@AtherLabs) August 28, 2023
Sipher Aims to Lead the Way in Web3 Gaming
Sipher is one of a number of Web3 games, along with Illuvium, Ember Sword, and Treeverse, that is looking to change the way we perceive this new burgeoning genre. Utilising fast paced gameplay, crisp unreal engine 5 graphics, and blockchain based assets, it plans to prove to the masses that Web3 gaming has what it takes to conquer the market.
When it eventually arrives in all its completed glory, Sipher will offer a huge multiplayer and single player gaming experience optimised for both mobile and desktops devices, and will look to change the face of Web3 gaming forever!