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‘Beat & Battle’ is made up of 8 Teams, Composed of Gaming and Music’s Biggest Stars Competing in an Upcoming Virtual Reality Game, Cradle of Sins. Headliners include Steve Aoki, Headhunterz, Loserfruit, xQc, Sodapoppin, and more.
U24 Solutions will be hosting a new one-of-a-kind Virtual Reality Tournament event called ‘Beat & Battle’ composed of music and esports gamings’ biggest stars, set to stream live on Twitch on November 11, 2020 (6 PM, GMT +0, 2 pm EDT). This event will bring out some of the best talent and biggest names from each industry, viewers will recognize well-known DJs such as Steve Aoki, Headhunterz, and Will Sparks, Milwin as well as YouTube and Twitch players like Sodapoppin, xQc, Yassuo, ProjectJamesify, and Loserfruit.
This event also gives viewers an early in-depth look at U24’s upcoming game Cradle of Sins VR which has been under development over the past two years, entering Steam Early Access very soon. Over the tournament, eight teams participating in the ‘Beat & Battle’ tournament will compete to win from a prize pool of $25,000, with the proceeds going directly to the charity of the winner’s choosing.
Cradle of Sins VR Beta teaser: https://youtu.be/QhOxWRaQLmI
Press and influencers can request an early beta pre launch key, and also sign-up extra early for the official ‘Early Access’ key here: https://forms.gle/CBseXsmpRyuewhQg6
Press Kit: https://cradleofsins.com/presskit/
Beat & Battle Event Details:
Eight teams made up of three players each will compete in U24’s upcoming multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title Cradle of Sins VR. With the world on lockdown thanks to the ongoing pandemic, U24 wants to bring the two most dynamic entertainment industries, gaming, and music, together to provide some hair-raising excitement.
Teams will be awarded prize money from a pool of $25,000, all of which will be donated to the charity of each team’s choice. The first place team will win the grand prize of $15,000 dollars, second place will be awarded $5,000, and third will get $3,000. The teams who place between fourth and eighth place will each receive $400 to donate as well.
More about Cradle of Sins VR Launching in Early Access Q4 2020:
Cradle of Sins is a strategy focused first-person Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game developed exclusively for VR. Featuring a diverse and exciting world and real depth of gameplay, we’ve built an immersive competitive experience that’s different every time you play.
The game is played in matches between two teams of three players with each team defending their own separate Altar on the map. Each of the players independently controls a powerful character. The game features 10 unique characters at release, each of which has their own unique weapons, abilities, and upgrades. Different weapons ranging from swords, crossbows, shields, staffs, and powerful crystals. Players have a passive income of gold and get rewards for killing enemies across the map. This gold can be used to buy weapons and upgrades to successfully battle the opposing team’s character in player versus player combat. A team wins by being the first to destroy a large structure located in the opposing team’s base.
Platforms: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Valve Index, Mixed Reality
U24 is a small team with big ambitions. Our focus is to polish the gameplay aspect by building a steady player base who can take part in the development process. In its current state, the game features 4 main characters and 28 weapons. Each character has their own unique abilities and upgrades. Learn more https://www.cradleofsins.com
Cradle of Sins VR will be in Early Access for six months before full release. U24 is aiming to have the full version well-balanced with different playstyles and strategies. The gameplay and VR world will be more interactive with additional characters and weapons upon full release. Wishlist on Steam.
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