Nicknamed Proteus, the latest build for Rogue Nation brings us a new character, a new environment, new enemies, new weapons, and more. And best of all, Rogue Nation is now open to everyone, and free to play!
Available for both Android and iOS mobile devices, Rogue Nation features quick, easy to learn gameplay that is perfect for casual gaming. And for those who are more hardcore about their gameplaying, there is are also planned rewards. Probably through a leaderboard or tournament, but we don’t have any details on those yet.
The new environment is called Scrap West and offers a brown-themed arena with lots of barrels dividing up the space. The new playable character available, Stare, is a female warrior who likes to get in close to her enemies. And with a health regeneration ability, she’ll soon be ready for the next foe! This brings the number of playable characters to three. But with the ability to assign Elemints and change weapons, coupled with the procedurally generated dungeons, Rogue Nation already offers a lot of replayability.
Rogue Nation is now open to everyone. No NFT or tokens required. In fact, you don’t even need to make an account to play. But if you own an Elemint NFT and want to use it in-game (they’re kind of like pets and provide character bonuses), you will need to connect your wallet.
You can get the links to both the game downloads on the Moonllit Games homepage.
What is Rogue Nation?
Rogue Nation is a free to play, top-down, rogue-lite, action RPG. Players venture into procedurally generated dungeons in a top-down, isometric game world, with the goal of defeating the big boss at the end. Completing a run provides loot crates with rewards that players can use to upgrade and customize their characters. Players can take on the dungeons solo, or with a group of friends. The game will also additional modes such as PvP, raids, survival, and even player created dungeons.
In Rogue Nation, players can customize their characters, as well as the items they carry. Customization comes in the form of ability selection, weapon attachments, and pets. As characters and weapons are used in-game, they develop certain bonuses or perks based on their history in-game. This system is designed to not only provide additional customization options, but to make also make every item and character truly unique and part of the game world.
Rogue Nation also talks about including creator options for minting custom maps as NFTs that can be sold or rented to others!
Rogue Nation is building for mobile first, but may offer a PC version as well. To learn more, visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord server.