Sky Mavis Launches New Features and Products
The products include accessories, features for Project K and the first mini-game for land owners.
New Products for Axie Infinity
Sky Mavis has announced it will be introducing new products for Axie Infinity fans. Speaking at the first-ever conference AxieCon in Barcelona, the Axie Infinity maker announced products such as accessories for Axies, new features for the Land Alpha game, and the first mini-game for landowners.
Axie Infinity was launched in 2021, becoming the top blockchain game in the industry. However, the crypto meltdown early this year turned the tide, and the company is doing everything possible to retain players. The parent company, Sky Mavis, announced that Axie Infinity: Origin will be changed to Axie Infinity: Origins to create a unique ‘Origin’ brand. Season 1 starts September 14, and winners will share 112,000 AXS, with the first player going home with 6,750 AXS.
Players will use the accessories to customize their Axies with items they get from battles. They will also be able to upgrade their Axies to evolve into characters with more powerful parts.
Land Alpha Game and Axie Infinity Raylights
The Land Alpha game, dubbed Project K, is an ‘ambitious’ project that will be available by late 2022, and it will be a focal point for Axie players to socialize and interact. It will include two major features: Auction House, which allows players to trade off-chain assets within the game, and Idle Combat, which allows players to trade crafted items to residents of Lunacia, who will use them to defeat their enemies.
Another project by Sky Mavis is Axie Infinity Raylights, a mini-game that uses Land NFTs as basic elements of the universe.
In a statement, Trung Nguyen, the CEO of Sky Mavis, said,
“From Land gameplay updates that push the boundaries of blockchain-based games to accessories that allow personalization of Axies, we are setting the stage for the next evolution of web3 gaming. To our community, thank you for being with us every step of the way as we further our dominance in the space.”