Today 9/3, Azur Games, developers of the popular upcoming mobile game, has launched the peer-to-peer Marketplace.
Through the Marketplace, players can purchase Chests containing in-game champions. As of today, Axes has sold Human and Elf chests through private and public sales with more races pending.
There are seven races in total. Human, Elf, Treants, Abyssal Elf, Undead, Orc and Mech.
What does the Marketplace contain?
Genesis Elf Chests
Genesis Elf Chests are some magic chests that contain four NFTs of Axes Hunters.
Current Minimum Price: 400 BUSD
Genesis Human Chests
Genesis Human Chests are some magic chests that contain four NFTs of Axes Hunters.
Current Minimum Price: 345 BUSD
There is also a guide on how to participate in the Marketplace here.
About Axes Metaverse
Axes Metaverse is under development by Azur Games, a well-known mobile game developer, and publisher. The game is a meta-universe based on the existing Axes Game that boasts Millions of active players across multiple platforms.
The game will feature a Battle Royale mode where players are challenged to be the last one standing. More features will allow passive token mining through PvE, with multiple other modes introduced in the future.
Do your best to become the last one standing in the diminishing arenas with unique landscapes and power-ups.
The game aims to bring onboard millions of players and introduce them to the exciting world of play-to-earn. Considering the successful track record of Azur Games and the 30 million active players, Azur Games is in the perfect position to bring blockchain gaming to the masses.
It’s worth mentioning that Axes Metaverse is the first NFT-based game from Azur Games.
There is also a guide you can check on how to participate in the upcoming GAO here.
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