Mist NFT — Weekly Recap #6

Mist NFT — Weekly Recap #6

Hello Mist community, and welcome to another edition of the Mist Weekly Recap.

This week’s updates include the go-live of the first Dev Diary. In this diary we began describing the new game look, feel, and style.

Screenshots can be found here: https://mistnft.medium.com/dev-diary-1-extreme-makeover-mist-edition-18bfef0b5eef

The team worked heavily on the spell system, and spells in general. This system, along with the character controllers and multiplayer networking, will take a while to finish, but work continues.

NFT Upgrades are still LIVE on the marketplace. Upgrade the NFTs to higher tiers to make them stronger, more rare, and more useful in-game.

To upgrade ITEMS, click here: https://mist.game/nft-marketplace/items
To upgrade CHARACTERS, click here: https://mist.game/nft-marketplace/characters
Then click the “UPGRADE” button on the screen.

The team continues the work of redesigning environments and assets (customized).

In addition, we are continuing to spend a lot of time on some less interesting (but very important) parts of the game code, including networking, controllers re-design, and more.

This Past Week in Mist

Disclaimer about the Mist Weekly Recap

This series gives the community a little more insight into the work the team is doing behind the scenes.

Most of the work the team is focused on now revolves around code, code, and more code. Not every week we have “Sexy” or “Interesting” updates, as most of the work we focus on is tedious (but important) code-focused tasks, such as blockchain connectivity, in-game systems, or others. And most of that stuff we won’t share anyway for obvious reasons. These systems are the main focus of any serious dev team, but unfortunately not exciting pieces to share each week.

With that said, we will do our best to share enough recap points each week to keep everyone up-to-date with what the team has been working on, by sharing a few highlights each week.

Note that continuous work such as environment design, spell optimization, blockchain systems, etc. are constantly being worked on so they may not be mentioned too often. We will focus on the most interesting (but not necessarily the most important) developments each week. And there will probably be things that we are working on that we want to keep secret, for the sake of timing, security, or other reasons