Unfortunately, Galaxy Fight Club is coming to the Google Play Store and the Apple App retailer! To be precise, the open beta will take place this Wednesday, April 20 at 11 a.m. EST.
Despite that, the onboarding was not easy. According to the staff, they had to get 12 variants of the app in every Google Play and Apple App outlet, rather than get the general pass. However, the labor force’s efforts have reached their peak. Now Galaxy Fight Club is a big step ahead to achieve mass adoption.
What is the Galaxy Fight Club?
Galaxy Fight Club is a cross-IP P2E recreation that lets you fight like any NFT avatar you want. You can fight as a Bored Ape or CyberKongz, as long as you make that NFT personal to your wallet. As the identity suggests, the goal is to enable holders of the entire NFT galaxy (pun intended) to fight on this recreation. Think Smash Bros from the NFT universe.
As of now, some NFT collections you play with come with CyberKongz, BAYC, Animetas, BOTB, Wicked Craniums, Alien Boy and more. The Galaxy Fight Club has its personal NFT collection just as neat: Genesis Galaxy Fighters and Second Gen Fighters. While you’ll be fighting using your personal NFT avatar, proudly owning a Genesis Galaxy Fighter also comes with its personal perks. For something, each Genesis fighter generates 5-10 $GCOIN consistent day by day, which can be useful for essential in-game actions reminiscent of forging and upgrading weapons, coaching Gen 2 opponents, and many others.
In addition, the sport is free to play. If you do not personalize NFTs, you will get a default basic personality to fight with. For each fit you just received, you will earn Silver Keys which are also offered in the market for $ETH. Sounds attention-grabbing? Make sure to take a look at the sport this week!