Good Gaming, an eSports company that offers multiple services such as eSports venues, tournament hosting, Minecraft Servers, and most recently NFT gaming, has announced the launch date for the MicroBuddies mainnet.
Details Of The Mainnet Launch
MicroBuddies is an NFT game developed by Good Gaming. It is the first to market NFT game launched by the company. According to a December 13, 2021, announcement, the mainnet will launch on Friday, December 17, 2021. While plans to launch the mainnet in Q4 had already been revealed, an exact date had not yet been announced.
🚨Good Gaming, Inc. States Its Voters Have Spoken And Announce The Mainnet Launch Of Its First To Market NFT Game MicroBuddies On December 17, 2021https://t.co/FfEsdUdBlW #NFTgame #NFT #NFTdrop #nftart #nftcommunity #gamerelease pic.twitter.com/baFacRSIqu
— MicroBuddies (@MicroBuddies) December 13, 2021
Good Gaming announced a few days ago that it would hold a vote on the readiness of the game. Those eligible to take part in the cote were those holding Nano Factory Tokens that had been involved in the Beta I and Beta II testing program. The results showed that 95% of the voters were in favor of the mainnet launch this Friday.
To launch the game, Good Gaming will permanently bridge over the Polygon blockchain via the Polygon mainnet. The result will be faster transactions and significantly reduce gas fees for those playing MicroBuddies.
At the mainnet launch, holders of the Nano Factory Tokens can synthesize Generation 0 MicroBuddies and start participating in the game. The first 2500 MicroBuddies created will be known as Generation 0. They will be the most scarce MicroBuddies from which the rest of the game will spawn. Players without Nano Factory tokens can only acquire a MicroBuddy by purchasing one from another player on secondary markets. Prices will be set by the forces of supply and demand. Nano Factory Tokens can be purchased here.
What The Leaders Had To Say
Commenting on the announcement, the lead developer at Good Gaming, Douglas “Fluxty” Wathen stated that they were blown away by the voting results. He added that the team had spent a significant amount of time creating enhancements and patch fixes for the final game. Wathen added that on top of that:
“gamers will also be experiencing a significantly more enhanced version of the game through UX, UI, and animation upgrades that will take effect on our official launch date.”
In the announcement, Good Gaming also revealed that OTC Markets had officially removed the Shell Risk designation off of the OTCIQ system. It stated that the removal was vital as the company worked to meet its 2022 agenda.
MicroBuddies is a collectible NFT game where players can collect lovable, self-respecting microbes, which passively produce an in-game currency called GOO™. The GOO currency can be used to create new MicroBuddies from the existing one and customize them using a strategic artificial section process. Expertly-bred MicroBuddies produce GOO at a higher rate. Thus, players that hone their skills create better opportunities for themselves. It operates similarly to another popular NFT game called Axie Infinity where players can breed Axies.
The Rise Of NFTs
2021 has no doubt been the year of non-fungible tokens. They have spawned numerous opportunities in the gaming and art industries and beyond. As of September 1, 2021, over $5.5 billion had been spent on NFTs, representing a 50X increase from the same period in 2020.
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