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22 Apr - 29 May

Bunny Warriors presents: “Bunny Warriors into the Metaverse”

By Localiiz 28 April 2022

Event Information

START DATE 22 Apr 2022
END DATE 29 May 2022
Shop 517–519, 5/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
(+852) 2118 8900

Locally established NFT collective Bunny Warriors is joining hands with Times Square to debut the “World of Bunny Warriors,” Hong Kong’s first-ever “online to offline” (O2O) interactive experience. The adorable rabbit-themed NFTs take you on an adventure through the onsite space as well as through virtual reality. Showcasing up to 60 works of NFT art created by Pixel, the immersive exhibition is sectioned off into three parts that you can explore through the exclusive AiR metaverse mobile app, where you can come face to face for a thrilling challenge against the bunnies’ nemesis—Emperor Fox, along with his army.

Beginning with the special mobile activity space, the Bunny Boss will give you the low-down on what the AiR Metaverse is all about, and a tutorial for the thrilling “Assault Fox Combat” game designed especially for the Times Square metaverse. To become part of the Bunny Warriors’ world, simply download the AiR Metaverse app and begin collecting medals through defeating foes from Emperor Fox’s army. What’s more, these virtual medals can be transformed into real-life prizes, as champions can redeem exclusive bespoke gifts and even special NFTs. 

“Bunny Warriors into the Metaverse” is on from now until 29 May, so hurry along to get your hands on some prizes while stocks last! For more information on what to expect from this merging of augmented reality and fun-filled experiences, check out the event’s site here.

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