Gods Unchained, a Coinbase-Backed Blockchain Game, Releases Public Beta on its First Anniversary

It’s been one year since the announcement of Fuel Games, Gods’ Unchained, and the team has given the decentralized gaming community a gift – the release of the public beta version.

Gods' Unchained Public Beta Phase Starts!

Imagine a world where you can purchase real-life assets using gaming cards purchased and won on a blockchain based platform. The value and stats of the card etched into an immutable realm allowing you to trade, exchange and purchase items not only on the digital gaming platform but also between peers to purchase real-life items.

Well, we are yet to get there. It should take some time as the global population wraps its head around the idea.

However, development teams and project communities are spending sleepless nights creating and improving the decentralized gaming world to allow users the best experience on their platforms. One such project is the Coinbase related, “Gods’ Unchained” developed by the Fuel Games.

The company announced the release of the public beta version earlier on Tuesday this week stating its pleasure on welcoming the public to participate in the collection of cards, minting cards on the blockchain and battle it out with other players across the globe.

The Long Wait…

The blockchain community has been patiently waiting on the public launch of the God’s Unchained since the announcement last year. The blockchain-based game has been in closed beta since November 2018 and has since ranked as one of the most anticipated gamed in the blockchain world in 2019.

Furthermore, God’s Unchained has announced an esports world championship with $400,000 USD prize pool which adds to the hype the game is receiving across the blockchain communities. One of the team members at Fuel Games, @elysium99 says

“Bam! It’s exactly 1 year to the day since we announced Gods Unchained! We want to give a BIG ol’ cheers to our community for accompanying us on this journey. It’s been an amazing ride and we’re only just getting started.”

Gods' Unchained rare cards presale exclusive – 100 cards for 1.2 ETH

The game is set with a core of hundreds of cards minted on the blockchain and are available to the players for free. However, these cards remain entrenched on the blockchain and are not tradable as they are acquired for free. There also exists premium cards – Genesis sets and booster packs – that will be made tradable and packs better stats. Users can purchase these premium cards using ETH.

The Balancing Beta Phase: Gods’ Unchained Public Beta Release

The development team confirmed the launch of the public beta version to provide real player data to the dev team to look at the game statistics and card trades across the platform. This helps them optimize the winning strategy and provide fair rules to make the game more efficient and fun.

@elysium99 further confirms the game’s main net version is set to be released in October this year with a number of upgrades including the all-new game board and the launch of the Balancing Beta phase of development ongoing.

In a funding round led by Coinbase in May 2018, the gaming platform raised $2.4 million USD. Later in the year, the gaming platform raised $4 million USD in revenue through the sale of over 4 million Gods’ Unchained cards.

Its presale numbers were enough to make it the highest-grossing blockchain game of the year, according to the company’s statement.

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