Galaxy Fight Club publishes new Game Trailer featuring many NFT PFP projects
The developers of the free-to-play cross-IP NFT PvP title that is currently in open beta have updated their website design and released a new game trailer.
The developers of Galaxy Fight Club have just recently published a high-quality trailer for their upcoming cross-IP PvP fighting game that is currently available in open beta for free on mobile devices.
In the trailer we get to see some nicely-animated cinematic action showcasing some of the NFTs that can be used to play the game. The Galaxy Fighter, part of the game’s official NFT collection, can be seen frighteningly watching partnered NFTs from collections such as BAYC, Deadheads, CyberKongz and KaijuKongz duke it out in an arena, before having to step into the fray himself. The Roman-looking Galaxy Fighter spawns in a sci-fi ranged weapon and zaps a banana-throwing CyberKong while throwing us spectators into a few seconds of actual action-packed gameplay footage across a few different environments.
Alongside the new trailer, the team have also updated the game’s website with a stylish new look that should make it easier to navigate and find all the info you need.
Galaxy Fight Club is a free-to-play play-to-earn MOBA that went into open beta last month which can be played in 1v1 and 3v3 even if you don’t have a Galaxy Fighter or a partnered NFT. Made in the Unity game engine on the Polygon network, the current version of the cross-IP title can be played on Android and iOS devices, with PC to come in the future. It’s backed by Animoca Brands, KuCoin Labs, Avocado DAO, YGG SEA and more.
While play-to-earn is not yet available, the Coinbase NFT-listed project has announced two tournaments back in April, one of which offers about $300k in prizes.