NFT Card Trading Game Skyweaver Launches Open Beta

NFT Trading Card Game Skyweaver Finally On Open Beta

Skyweaver is finally emerging from the closed beta for everyone to play with huge community response as it’s one of the most anticipated NFT games of the year.

Skyweaver is a TCG blockchain game that operates on the Ethereum network. You can access the game using any modern desktop as well as iOS and Android. 

The game promises to deliver a play-to-earn experience combined with great gameplay where players can trade and play with cards they earned.

On Tuesday, Skyweaver announced its Open Beta launch after months of private access-only gameplay and years of development.

The numbers say that Skyweaver is one of the most popular blockchain-based games right now, with 233,000 installs, a waitlist of 345,000 users, and $1.7 million in sales on the project’s decentralized marketplace, according to a press release.

After finally reaching the goal of Open Beta, the plan is for the game to get crossover appeal to players who may be interested in the gameplay but not familiar with the Web3 and play-to-earn mechanics.

“The overwhelming response has been that these players adore Skyweaver for its gameplay alone – the strategy, the depth, the graphics, the new mechanics, all of that. They also love the player-owned economy, and I’ve seen how it can help them realize the potential of NFT economies.” 


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