Video gaming is an exciting industry set to undergo major changes with the help of blockchain and NFTs. Several games are gaining momentum lately, either because they are new or provide something appealing. The following five play-to-earn games note strong social momentum this week.
Most people will be familiar with the play-to-earn game Gods Unchained. It is one of the many trading card games using non-fungible token technology where 1v1 battling takes center stage. There’s also a Battle Royale mode, which is an intriguing twist. Players can collect the cards of every fallen opponent and become more powerful. It’s also a free-to-play play-to-earn game, which is rather appealing.
Positioning itself as the biggest 3D NFT War Game on Binance Smart Chain is a lofty goal. Epic Hero wants to claim that title by letting players collect and build a force of characters spanning various eras of mythology. Players can summon, merge, and evolve thousands of NFTs and battle other players. NFT holders earn 5% of the BNB spent on token transactions and NFT marketplace transaction taxes.
Racing games gain momentum in the play-to-earn world, and many unexplored opportunities exist. CryptoCars is built by people who worked for Gameloft and Genshin Impact. Players need to win races in either PVC or PvP mode to gain experience and materials. Cars can be upgraded or sold on the marketplace. There is a daily fuel limit, which resets every day.
It was a matter of time until Bomberman, one of the great game franchises of all times, received a play-to-earn version. While not officially licensed, BombCrypto provides a similar experience on the Binance Smart Chain. Players can buy or collect Bomber hero NFTs for auto mining to earn BCOIN tokens or trade them on the marketplace. It is not a free-to-play game, but there are play-to-earn opportunities.
It may seem strange to only see two play-to-earn breed-and-collect NFT games in the top five, but the landscape is changing. Kolobok, as a breeding-oriented adventure game with NFT rewards, notes a strong surge in renewed popularity. That renewed interest coincides with a new presale whitelist opening for K2 packs.
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