To celebrate the 47th anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s historic “Thrilla in Manila” fight on Oct. 1, the first set of playable avatar boxers in the artificial intelligence metaverse boxing game “Muhamad Ali – The Next Legends” will be released. Altered State Machine (ASM), Non-Fungible Labs (NFL) and Muhammad Ali Enterprises (MAE) are the parties behind this project.
The first avatars of the Muhammad Ali game
In the new game “Muhammad Ali – The Next Legends,” players will need boxing avatars, as well as AI “brains,” which are NFTs, to train and compete.
The first version of the boxing avatars will be part of the limited edition “Pro Pack”. People who purchase one of these “Pro Packs” on October 1 will automatically be upgraded to the beginner stage. This will happen at the official launch next year.
To clarify, the first avatars are Rookie (available through unlimited coins after launch), and Pro (available through the ‘Pro Pack’). Next up are Champ and Legend (both available only by leveling up).
Thanks to ASM and NFLusers will be able to give feedback on the appearance of their fighter, thanks to the introduction of a new coin-op experience. The new technology will react and change as users interact with questions about them. Users will also have another level of intervention on their character, influencing their personality and faction, a kind of consciousness.
The game: “Muhamad Ali – The Next Legends”.
The world’s first ever metaverse AI boxing game. Muhammad Ali – The Next Legends was created from Altered State Machine’s long-term partnership with Authentic Brands Group (ABG) and MAE.
When the game launches next year, players will be able to train their unique boxers in the skills needed for the game. This will allow them to compete in a fully AI-driven metaverse fighting experience.
As players progress through the game, the complexity levels will increase, as will the skills of their boxers. Following in the footsteps of the “GOAT”, the goal of the game will be to train and develop the boxer. This is in order to win matches against other boxers and eventually become “the next legend”.