The Treeverse is a top-down open-world classless MMORPG built for mobile with social features and an emphasis on cooperative gameplay. The title was revealed a little over a year ago, with the popular NFT personality, Loopify, at the helm of the Endless Clouds game development studio.
The Treeverse takes place within the city of Elderwall that is protected by the World Tree. Players will need to venture on quests throughout Arboros to slay enemies and bosses, collect rare loot, make friends, and progress through the storyline to know all the rich lore of the land around you.
Players will get to create their characters then wander around the wonderful and vibrant world of The Treeverse. NPCs will be spread across the world, offering you quests to complete in return for rewards. These quests won’t always be suitable for you to do straight away considering your character and equipment level.
Outside of that, players will be prompted with major encounters when you get to certain places or meet specific conditions. If you don’t want to be confined by the specific narrative The Treeverse has to offer, you are free to venture deep into the forests and complete side quests at your own pace.
The city of Elderwall features tons of resources for players to gather and use for countless actions. You will have access to a plot of land, which you can use to create your hideout. You are free to either open it up to the public for anyone to visit or lock it up for invitation-only access for other players to get to see what you have in there.
All the structure and forging activities done inside your in-game house are done through gathering resources during your adventures. Each area will offer unique resources, and you are free to use them to craft even more lucrative items to sell to other players.
The Treeverse provides incredibly exciting quests with an “emphasis on cooperative gameplay.” This is the main message echoed throughout the game’s branding so far. Players can team up with others to take down dungeons and bosses while sharing loot in the process. While most web3 games promote competition between their playerbase, The Treeverse wants players to get to know each other and even make friends on their journey to becoming the best warrior in all of Elderwall.
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