• Onessus Announces Operation Instinct Gaming Platform

    Just in time for the latest buzz around NFTs, blockchain, and virtual worlds, Onessus steps out of the shadows to announce their new game engine, Operation Instinct! After closing down the servers for HodlGod and scaling back their development teams, it seemed quite possible that Onessus would never recover. But they’re back, and with a […]
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  • Ubisoft Working on Play-to-Earn Games

    In an investor call Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot revealed that the French gaming company is working on blockchain-powered play-to-earn games. The company believes the technology is revolutionary, and that it will grow the gaming industry a lot. We already know Ubisoft invested in Animoca Brands, and of course they’ve been supporting various blockchain gaming projects […]
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  • Treeverse Wants to Add Play-to-Earn Mechanics

    Treeverse wants to become an MMO with a focus on mobile devices, while adding play-to-earn mechanics. In addition they want to add social and competitive layers like guilds and raids. These plans are all part of their roadmap. Not long ago we took a look at Treeverse, the upcoming social MMO with big plans. They […]
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  • Tencent Acquires Sumo: Will This Mean Blockchain Games?

    Tencent, a multinational technology conglomerate, has agreed to acquire Sumo, who has previously announced that they will begin working on Flow blockchain games. Tencent agreed to buy Sumo for $1.27 billion. What does this mean for the upcoming blockchain games? Sumo Group is a well-known video game company based in the United Kingdom. With over […]
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  • Polygon Puts Focus on Play-to-Earn Gaming

    The company behind the Polygon blockchain has now opened a new division aimed at setting up partnerships for NFT and play-to-earn gaming projects with mainstream brands and developers. Polygon Studios needs to be the company that brings web 2.0 developers into the decentralized web 3.0. That means a focus on NFTs, play-to-earn mechanics and player-driven […]
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  • The Sandbox Public Land Sale in February

    The Sandbox has announced their first public sale for land in their upcoming virtual world for early February. The sale will take place through their own website and partly on Opensea, however there won’t be any discounts anymore. The cheapest amount for a land parcel will be 4683 SAND, which currently equals 421 dollars at […]
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  • Ultra Slowly Rolling Out for Public Release

    Blockchain-powered game distribution platform Ultra is slowly rolling out an early release of its service to the public. This has started with a select group of community members, and they will add more users in early 2021. A third phase, which is a next step towards a general release and full public access, will happen […]
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  • Matic To Fund Mini-Games for Decentraland

    The Matic Network is partnering up with Decentraland to financially support developers that want to make mini-games for inside the virtual world. A total of 100 thousand dollars worth in MATIC or MANA will be made available, and each creator could get a grant of 6 thousand dollars maximum. In addition there are prizes based […]
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