The First Sale Sold Out, The Second One Going Strong For Leauge of Kingdoms


After the first sold our sale, the upcoming 4x strategy game Leauge of Kingdoms is hosting the second round of land presale with more land plots, and 21% of them already gone.

The interesting fact in LoK is the coordinates ownership. Let’s say the game becomes successful, and there is a need to issue more land plots. Instead of offering them again for sale, the new land plot on the specific coordinate will belong to the previous owner. For example, if you own a land plot on 05-74 and the game mints more plots, you will still own the 05-74 from the new ones. Theoretically, and if there is a need for new land plots, landowners will find themselfes sitting on more than one land plot.

All level 6 and 5 land plots have been sold out with a few hundred and thousands left for the rest tiers. The pricing starts for as low as 0.0425 ETH (10$) for a level 1 land plot while you can acquire a level 4 for 0.2619 ETH. (63$) The current discount is 20%, and it will last for a week from today, in the main sale, there won’t be any discounts available.

Owners of Lok land plots will accumulate resource and development rewards based on percentage rate from the reward pool in DAI coins. The more developed an area is, the more someone will get in return from the pool.

What can you do in League of Kingdoms?

The goal in LoK is to build an empire, develop and upgrade buildings while going in war with other players. At its core is a strategy game with a decentralized economy and multiple rewards from the daily pool.

Owning a land plot means that other players can build upon it and help you develop a kingdom that will overcome any situation and get established as one of the most powerful. The game is expected to launch later this month.

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