Galaxy Fight Club Postpones P2E Game Launch to August 2022
Due to poor market conditions, Galaxy Fight Club will launch its P2E game in August instead. Here's what we know so far.
Galaxy Fight Club just postponed its P2E game launch: Why?
Cross-IP NFT game, Galaxy Fight Club has decided to delay its P2E game launch due to weak market sentiment. Instead of releasing it in July as originally planned, the launch will happen in August instead. Given that, the cross-IP tournament will only take place after the P2E game goes live.
According to the team in Galaxy Fight Club, the move is necessary while waiting for consumer confidence to stabilize in this space. July will not be the right time, as the crypto market is still in fear. Until the game launches, the team is going to monitor the level of engagement and players' confidence from time to time.
But why do these 2 indicators matter? To answer that, the team went on to explain that having good engagement will help increase the number of players trying out the game later. And when players feel confident, it will help boost the demand for gaming assets in the Galaxy Fight Club.
While there's no exact date for the launch, the team promised to make it in August regardless of market conditions. When that happens, they will roll out the P2E game in several stages, unlocking more rewards and features along the way.
About Galaxy Fight Club
To those who don't know, Galaxy Fight Club is a free-to-play P2E MOBA that went into open beta in April this year. Interestingly, it is a cross-IP NFT game, meaning you can fight as any NFT avatars you want. To learn more, you can always check out the detailed guide about this game.
To be sure, Galaxy Fight Club is not the only Web3 game facing delays due to poor market conditions. Other crypto games such as Heroes of Mavia and Sipher were forced to push back their timelines as well. Hopefully, GameFi summer will return by August as the team expects it to be.