Maps in Cryptopia
About The Maps
Cryptopia consists of sub-maps nested within the main Cryptopia World map. Each sub-map is accessible through tiles on the Cryptopia World map, representing cities, islands, and so on. The map of Cryptopia World, Genesis, as the name suggests, is the starting point for new players.
The majority of the gameplay takes place in Cryptopia World, and you’ll find most of the resources available in the tiles here. As a starting point for a new player, you will be given a quest that will guide you into Cryptopia City (new map). This will give you a feel for what pursuing the Adventure strategy is like. However, you have the option to skip the quest and strategically begin as a Tycoon right away.
Cryptopia City: City Map
As previously mentioned, you’ll be guided to the Cryptopia City Map upon completing the introductory quest. The City map is every player’s safe zone where Cryptopians may coexist; there will be no possibility for faction members to obstruct/sabotage one another on this map.
There will be no resources available in the City map, and only a limited number of buildings will be allowed to be constructed here. If a prohibited structure is built in the city, a penalty will be imposed on the owner. Think of the City map as a real world city, without factories and mines, but rather condominiums, offices, financial facilities, parks, etc. Cryptopia City is your safe space.
Treasure Island: Pirate’s Den
Treasure Island will have a different map, and you’ll even find tiles with resources (treasures) here which the Pirates will not have access to; only faction players will have the ability to avail these resources. Treasure Island is the Pirate’s Den, so this means that they’re the strongest within this area and have all the rights to loot you. When the pirates travel away from their area closer to Cryptopia City, they’ll be more vulnerable and have a higher chance of losing their loot to the Bounty Hunters.