Nate Alex, the creator of Chainfaces Arena, says holders of fallen Arena NFTs have until about 4:20 p.m. ET Thursday to revive their fallen warriors.
If a user's NFT died in Chainfaces Arena, they'll have to resurrect the NFT in the Catacombs on the Chainfaces HD website to receive their undead character, Nate Alex said.
ChainFaces Arena announced the opportunity to bring your original NFTs that died in the arena back to life. Holders will be able to upgrade their NFT into a ChainFaces HD up until the reveal, with the date yet to be announced. Once you have wrapped your ChainFaces NFT, you will not be able to unwrap it back into the original NFT.
Holders of a ChainFaces Arena will need to use their "ChainFaces HD - Elixir of The Ancient" to revive their NFT and get a Chainfaces HD. ChainFaces HD will also have an Arena, like the original collection, but instead of winning ETH for surviving, users are rewarded points that can be used to redeem for items such as merchandise.
ChainFaces HD, which was supposed to reveal May 5, will be delayed a "few more days" due to more than half of the project's team suffering from illnesses, including COVID, according to a statement in the project Discord.
Anyone with a ChainFaces Arena NFT in their wallet could have claimed an elixir which could have been used to upgrade "living" NFTs to ChainFaces HD NFTs.