On January 17, NFT game Splinterlands launched the public sale of Chaos Legion card packs. Representatives of the project told Cryplogger that in less than a day, users purchased more than 6 million packs – over 40% of the total supply of 15 million.
The time is nearly upon us! The Chaos Legion General Sale is starting in only 30 minutes. We’d like to invite you to join us on @Twitch for the official launch party:#splinterlands #sps #spt #hive #PlayToEarn #GameFi https://t.co/WdxIsVexts
— Splinterlands (@splinterlands) January 17, 2022
Bundles can be purchased with in-game currency (Credits), which is purchased with fiat (via PayPal or bank cards) or cryptocurrencies. You can also exchange DEC and SPS project tokens for Credits.
Each set contains five cards, with at least one of them being Rare or better. With a small probability, a gamer may get a golden card, the characteristics of which are increased compared to a regular copy.
The developers also organized an airdrop system: players who bought packs at the pre-sale stage will be able to receive rare cards in parallel with their release. For every million sold sets, one card is distributed among users.
“Splinterlands is thrilled with the progress of the game. We generated more revenue overnight than we did in 2018, 2019 and 2020 combined. The growth is just crazy. We have new players and new money, which allows us to expand the staff of creatives and developers,” said Jesse Powell, co-founder and CEO of Splinterlands.
According to DappRadar, Splinterlands is one of the most popular blockchain games. Over the past 30 days, the decentralized application has processed over $3.09 million worth of transactions. More than 600,000 unique wallets are connected to it.
Recall that in 2021, GameFi tokens showed the most impressive dynamics among moderate-cap assets, according to a Cryplogger report.