NFT Launch Events
In order to help fund game development, Department 77 will create a series of NFT launch events - each featuring a different model bounty hunter. There will be six initial base models: Deus, Mono, Icarus, Ghost, Warden and Echo. Although many of the models can interchange cosmetics and upgrades, some hairstyles and accessories will be unique to each model. Different models will also have different skill bonuses and personality types.
There will be lots of benefits and perks for early backers. Participating in our NFT drops means directly funding game development. Because of this, early backers will:
  • receive weekly KILO airdrops after the token has launched
  • get early access to alpha and beta stages of the game
  • receive unique equipable items through airdrops
  • be able to train and prepare their bounty hunters before the full game is launched
  • receive in-game loyalty bonuses
It's worth keeping the above in mind if you're considering ROI on buying a pre-launch NFT.

Our pre-launch NFT drops are solely intended to fund game development. We are keeping supply low and pricing the bounty hunters at what we consider a fair price, calculated to give us the runway needed for full launch (and slightly beyond, just in case).

Our first bounty hunter droid model was Deus MK1 - a combat-specific model part of a launch pad with 333 bounty hunters made available in a randombox mode on OnePlanet.
300 out of the 333 bounty hunters in this first NFT drop were "box fresh" base models with standard outfits and hairstyles. But 33 out of the 333 were "modified" variants featuring more rare outfits, skin mods, headgear and unique cosmetics. The modified variants also rolled a slightly higher set of random skills when minted.
Minting a Deus MK1 came with a 10% chance of minting a modified version - and the cost of minting from the random box was 2 Luna.
This collection sold out within five days of launch.
340 Deus MK1 were minted in total:
  • 333 were made available in the randombox mint
  • 2 were minted for team members (#0001 and #0002)
  • 5 were minted for collabs and giveaways

Our second bounty hunter droid was Mono MK1. This model was designed as an assassin variant, with skills more suited for missions requiring stealth and shadowplay.
Like Deus, there were 333 Mono available through a randombox mode on OnePlanet. 300 out of the 333 were "box fresh" models (basic outfits and no headgear) and 33 of the 333 were "modified" variants (better stats, more visual variety, headgear, etc).
Minting a Mono MK1 came with a 10% chance of getting a rare modified version.
This collection sold out within nine days of launch.
363 Mono MK1 were minted in total:
  • 333 were made available in the randombox mint
  • 2 were minted for team members
  • 28 were minted for collabs, missions and giveaways
    • 11 of which were minted as special contraband versions
    • 3 of which were minted as a special RGB set

As part of our multichain expansion we launched Echo MK1 on NFT marketplace Stashh (which is on Secret Network) 27 June 2022. This NFT collection was part of our recovery plan after the Terra collapse, so was priced much lower than Deus and Mono.
Like with Deus and Mono there were 333 Echo available through a Gumball Machine mode on Stashh. 222 out of the 333 were "box fresh" models (basic outfits and no headgear) and 111 of the 333 were "modified" variants (better stats, more visual variety, headgear, etc). Of the 111 modified variants, 11 were super rare contraband variants.
363 Echo MK1 were minted in total:
  • 333 were made available in the gumball machine mint
  • 30 were minted for collabs, missions and giveaways
    • 10 of which were minted as special contraband versions
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15 March 2022 - Deus MK1
25 April 2022 - Mono MK1
27 June 2022 - Echo MK1