Sunflower Land set to open more public beta spots in November
The beta of the play-to-own blockchain farming simulator has reached its limit, with more spots set to be open sometime next month.
The Sunflower Land team has unveiled that more players will be able to join the public beta of the blockchain farming title in November this year.
This was mentioned in a recent tweet where developer Thought Farm announced that the beta is now full, having reached 150k accounts, or more specifically, 152.3k minted NFT farms. The exact time at which they will up the limit next month has not been revealed at the time of writing. Back in August this year, the developers released an additional 1000 farms, though this time it is currently unclear as to how many more beta spots will they allow. Those who are interested in securing a spot should register via email on the game’s official website.
Last month, the game dev studio announced that they plan to release a land expansion called Sunflower Isles. This will be the 3rd location of the Sunflower metaverse that players will be able to explore, with beta testing for it set to commence sometime next month for a small group of players.
Sunflower Land is a play-to-own 2D pixelated farming simulator running on the Polygon network and playable on PC by those with a beta spot who own a farm NFT. Players can upgrade their farm, plant a variety of different crops to sell for the game’s $SFL token, participate in events such as The Goblin War and more.