Galaxy Fight Club P2E is now live
NFT holders and free-to-play players can now start earning trophies, experience points and key fragments in the cross-IP PVP MOBA title.
The P2E mechanics of Galaxy Fight Club, the first cross-IP NFT PVP MOBA, are now officially live.
After spending more than 2000 hours developing play-to-earn features “in the last month alone,” the developers are officially ready to enable the system, allowing players to earn and keep trophies, experience points and key fragments. The current testing phase is said to last for 1-2 weeks, through which the team will focus on fixing any issues related to P2E in order to make sure everything is working properly before adjusting rewards and promoting the free-to-play game more.
The earnable in-game key fragments will be redeemable for on-chain NFTs once the P2E dashboard is released on the official game website. The plan is to release the dashboard in about a week after most of the bugs have been fixed. Those who are having issues with claiming their $GCOIN can use this temporary claim page until the P2E dashboard and redesigned login portal are released.
Next to enabling play-to-earn, the developers have also released an update that adds in 19 new Generation 2 characters alongside 5 different BYOpills. Players should make sure they are on this new version, version 2.x, in order to be able to earn trophies and fragments. For more details on recent developments, check out the dev’s official blog post here.
Galaxy Fight Club is backed by Animoca Brands, YGG SEA, Spartan, KuCoin Labs, Avocado DAO and more, and is available for free on PC and mobile devices.