Play-to-earn battle royale Golden Bros launching on July 28
After 3 months of early access testing, the Grand Launch for the free-to-play 3v3 battle royale is set to happen on July 28.
Golden Bros, a free-to-play battle royale, has announced that it is set to launch on July 28 this year.
Labeled as the Grand Launch, the game is now ready to release globally after 3 months of early access testing, once the game is successfully updated on that day. Players will be able to play the game in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese. The team has said that the following countries are unfortunately “restricted”: South Korea, China and Vietnam.
Originally planned to release by the end of May, developer Netmarble decide to postpone the Grand Launch by two months, and it now seems they are ready to exit Early Access. All players who have the eGBP, or the Early Access exclusive token, will have it converted to Red Gadget at an exchange rate of 100 eGBP to 1 Red Gadget. Once the game launches, players will be able to withdraw Red Gadgets to their wallet that is linked to the CUBE account if they are at least in Silver League or higher, with a 4% withdrawal fee in place. There are withdrawal tiers as well, determined by the new collection card system that will be added with the Grand Launch update, affecting the amount of Red Gadgets a player can withdraw per transaction. Players can withdraw Red Gadgets every 48 hours.
Golden Bros is a 3v3 play-to-earn battle royale played from a top-down perspective for PC and mobile devices. It’s made in Unreal Engine by South Korea’s largest mobile game company, Netmarble, who currently have 10 blockchain games in the works.