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Bored Ape Yacht Club just announced their next mini-game arriving June 29th


Yuga Labs, the company that made Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and the newly released Legends of the Mara, has said that 30,000 HV-MTLs have made their way to the BAYC. These NFTs, which came from the mysterious space-time rift, will be very important in the fight that is coming.

The HV-MTL NFTs will start a new part of the story called “It Came Through the Rift,” which will begin in April and move the bigger story forward. In May, a game based on the new NFTs will come out.

HVs, pronounced “heavy,” are developing mecha NFTs that take different shapes based on what the user does. Each NFT will have a unique attitude, set of skills, and job responsibilities. Because of how they are changed, no two HVs will be the same. At the moment, there are eight types of HVs, each with its own set of characteristics.

The 30,000 NFTs are made up of the following:

1 Legendary
248 Holo
998 Reaver
2999 Celestial
4999 Knight
5999 Bio
6999 Dynamic
7749 Glitch

HV owners are invited to an HV-MTL Forge immersive workshop that will help them forge and customize their HVs for the difficulties of the next phase. Users can move up the ranking with their HV creations and unlock special skills that could come in handy in the future.

Before the next part of the Yuga universe starts, users are invited to take part in the Forge workshop to get their HVs ready for the upcoming cosmic battle.

OpenSea has the HV-MTL NFTs for sale.

Source: Yuga Labs Twitter

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