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Phantom Galaxies Gameplay Shows Mecha Combat in Space

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Blowfish Studios and Animoca Brands have shown the first gameplay footage of their upcoming action space game Phantom Galaxies. In this pre-beta footage you can see fast-paced action as spaceships transform into mechas, attack enemies and morph back to evade incoming rockets. It’s probably one of the most bad ass looking blockchain games coming to the market in 2022.

It’s not like we have tons of news about Phantom Galaxies, since the announcement late September. However, fans of mecha will be excited know that they showed gameplay footage during a recent AMA. Gamers who love Mech Warrior, Armored Core, Front Mission or Titanfall, will probably like what Blowfish Studios is making. Giant robots in space, transforming in spaceships, battling even bigger spaceships.

The game is all about mechas, as players need to protect human colonies in space. Players pick a ranger and a Mechanized Starfighter to battle against the Sha’Har, a mysterious and hostile civilization. The mechs can fight on land, transform, and then battle in space as well. Players can customize their mechs and spaceships, and it looks like all mechs, ships, avatars and equipment will be NFTs.

Phantom Galaxies will come to pc and consoles next year. First there will be an early access test for the dedicated fans, followed by a beta by the end of 2022.

You should go to and sign up, because they will hand out free NFTs. Phantom Galaxies will see its first NFT collectibles drop later this year together with the first game utility NFTs. Early 2022 there will be the Starfighter NFT drop and the generative avatars, followed by the Early Access game launch in Spring 2022.

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