Deadrop: here is the NFT FPS that wants to bring Call of Duty to its knees

Deadrop: here is the NFT FPS that wants to bring Call of Duty to its knees

Dadrop, the first person shooter from a former Twitch star that will include NFTs has finally come to light. A game that according to its creator would “break the CoD engine”, here is the result.

Activision-Blizzard can shake! Highly controversial streamer Dr Disrespect has unveiled his FPS at NFT which intends to compete with Call of Duty Modern Warafare 2 and the like. Here are the first images of the famous Dedrop.

Deadrop, the NFT FPS that wants to compete with the biggest

When the streamer Dr Disrespect creates his own FPS, it gives Dedrop. A title that openly wishes to walk on the flowerbeds of the greatest of the genre, while integrating NFTs into it in the future. And to sell his game to his community, the former star of Twitch did not skimp on words. On June 22, the creator of the Midnight Society studio indeed assured with overflowing confidence that if he showed an image of Deadtrop “it would burst the CoD engine”, the engine used for Call of Duty games. Promise kept? No doubt if he was talking about Call of Duty Mobile…

The PvP multiplayer FPS has indeed been unveiled, while being playable for a few handpicked users. And the feedback is mixed to say the least. Dedrop is judged by some to be soulless, rather nondescript. In his defense, the title headed by Robert Bowling, former creative at Infinity Ward and Quinn DelHoyo, veteran of 343 Industries, has only been in development for 6 months. The studio has indeed defended itself by explaining that they have chosen to offer a playable version quite early in order to collect mass feedback quickly to “offer the best FPS possible”. Will it be able to compete against Call of Duty, Halo, Battlefield and others? We wish him good luck.

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