SERAPH NFT Equipment Attribute Testing
2023-10-19 00:00

As the Chaos Legacy Test of SERAPH approaches, the changes to NFT equipment attributes in this test will have a more significant impact on the performance of in-game characters. To help players better understand this, the game development team has released a video showcasing equipment damage testing, allowing players to more intuitively feel the differences.

The video focuses on a popular character, the Scorcerss, and uses Frost-based abilities, Frosting bolt and Frost Tempest, for the testing.

The compared equipment includes entry-level two-handed staves NFT with different attributes at level 30.


In the testing video, the average damage of regular attributes NFT for Frosting bolt is 1100+, and Frost Tempest averages 800+, while high-attribute NFT can achieve an average damage of 1600+ for Frosting bolt and 1350+ for Frost Tempest. The damage increase is 45% and 69%, respectively, showing a significant gap.

As a WEB3 game, NFT equipment in SERAPH not only represents a store of value for special scenarios but also plays a crucial role in determining a player's performance in the game, particularly in asset acquisition efficiency. In past tests, top-tier attribute NFTs have garnered significant attention in the trading market. The video comparison displayed here is expected to provide players with a more intuitive understanding of the value of top-tier NFT equipment.

The Chaos Legacy Test of testing is about to begin, so let's prepare diligently to achieve excellence in the world of SERAPH!

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