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Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section features insights by crypto industry players and is not a part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com.New play-to-earn (P2E) crypto game Calvaria: Duels of Eternity is offering players the chance to earn real rewards in a fun and addictive mobile battle-card strategy game.Learning from the likes of Gods Unchained, Splinterlands and Spellfire, Calvaria has developed a P2E ecosystem with notable tweaks that should push it above those rivals.The project, which has already raised nearly $2 million in its RIA token presale, is garnering huge attention and hype in the crypto space as one of the best crypto gaming projects because of its push to attract casual and traditional gamers to the blockchain.Visit Calvaria Presale NowCalvaria's flagship is a battle-card strategy game set in the afterlife that sees players stack their decks and use NFT cards to beat opponents in one-on-one matches.Players align to one of three warring factions - which with their own characteristics and strengths - and use their decks, knowledge, skill and power-ups to beat their adversaries.

The P2E game will reward match winners with eRia tokens (a second token in the ecosystem) which can further be used to improve decks or buy assets such as upgrades and boosters, while Calvaria will also host tournaments for even bigger prizes.The NFT cards will be fully owned by the players and will be tradeable on the open market.However, to separate from its rivals, Calvaria has introduced a number of quirks in the game - not only will there be the traditional player vs player mode but also a single-player campaign mode.The story mode will not only build out the lore of the Calvaria universe but also allow players to earn

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