With everything that’s going on in the EOSIO ecosystem, Blankos Block Party still managed to steal the spotlight from everyone else. The game has been one of the most anticipated projects in the blockchain space since late 2018 and having been delayed for launch in 2019, Blankos Block Party will finally grace the blockchain stage this year.
This week has been a busy one for the game’s creators, Mythical Games. The team has been attending major global gaming events to showcase Blankos Block Party to the world, in events such as PC Gamer (PC Gaming Show), IGN (Summer of Gaming), and Game’s Radar+ (Future Games Show). These are some of the biggest gaming events for the summer and saw millions of viewers tuning in to find out about upcoming games.
Mythical Games have raised at least $35 million in funding to build a game where players can create their own in-game worlds, tools, characters, challenges, etc. Inside the Blankos world, players will also have exclusive access to interesting content that’s not necessarily from the game. For instance, players may in future be attending and watching live concerts or movies of their favorite artists, within the game.
‘The first ever blockchain game covered at an E3 conference!’
The game is set to launch its beta tests on PC, but will likely be released on other platforms as well when the game is publicly released later this year. Mythical Games utilizes the dGoods standard for its products, and that’s the same feature that’ll allow players to verify scarcity of assets, collect, trade, and fully own said assets.
Blankos Block Party will be powered by the EOS blockchain, which has proven to be the most performant and scalable public blockchain in the world, also the most utilized. Although Blankos is set to launch towards the end of the year, its first beta will be open in late summer (June – August).
The team has done an impressive job making the rounds and networking with the global gaming community. Hundreds of thousands more people have now been made aware of Blankos Block Party and some of them will be eagerly looking forward to the game’s launch, almost as much as the EOS(IO) and blockchain communities.
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