Atari will be selling premium assets during today’s land sale for The Sandbox. Certain pieces of land on premium location will have digital assets included in the purchase, among those assets are licensed creations based on famous Atari brands. Think about Pong arcade machine, classic game controllers, Centipedes, and other characters based on retro gaming brands.
Despite the introduction of premium assets from Atari, the company isn’t the main attraction of this land sale in The Sandbox. Investors and gamers will be looking to buy virtual land close to cryptocurrency exchange Binance or The Smurfs. These partnerships have been announced in the past few weeks as well.
Atari’s involvement in The Sandbox has been announced a while ago. The gaming company already has many big locations inside The Sandbox, while The Sandbox will be available on the upcoming Atari VCS gaming console. It’s safe to say that the partnership goes deep.
The Sandbox Land Sale
On November 12th The Sandbox will start its biggest land sale ever. They will sell 11.5 percent of the total map, which means that 19.200 land parcels will go for sale. Some of them will be premium lands surrounding Smurfs Village, other will be regular lands. Alongside The Smurfs there will be more brand partnerships, but these haven’t been announced by The Sandbox yet.
The previous land sale features Care Bears. This land sale happened spread out over several days. Each of these days sold out in hours, sometimes even a couple of minutes. You can sign up for this major land sale and pre-register, right now!
What is The Sandbox?
The Sandbox is one of the blockchain-powered virtual worlds currently in development. The beta test will launch later this year, but before that time there will be one more pre-sale. During this pre-sale gamers, businesses and investors can buy virtual land with a discount. You can register now to make sure you’re not missing out.
The virtual world of The Sandbox consists out of lands, and voxels fill up each of those lands. Visually it will remind many gamers of Minecraft, as both games have this Lego-inspired look to them. However, players are able to buy virtual land and implement any form of monetization. These virtual lands can become mini-games, adventures, virtual shops, extensions of actual webshops, a space for social gatherings, and so on.
The Sandbox is providing free tools for developers, gamers and content creators. Creators can use VoxEdit to make objects. In addition the Game Maker allows users to create interactivity on their virtual land. The Sandbox will also create a meta gaming experience. Players can for example do daily quests or weekly quests for their guild. This will earn players SAND, which they can sell or use to buy in-game items or virtual land. This system is called play-to-earn.
Robert Hoogendoorn is a gamer and blockchain enthusiast. He got in touch with crypto in 2014, but the fire really lit in 2017. Professionally he’s a content optimization expert and worked for press agencies and video production companies, always with a focus on the video games & tech industry. He’s a communication consultant for blockchain start-ups and writes not only for Play to Earn, but also other dapp websites and tech magazines.