the community behind the Guild of Guardians, a NFT-based role-playing game, appears to be excited about the upcoming title as they stripped almost all of the NFTs that were part of the so-called Founder’s sale.
Guild of Guardians’ NFT sales have raised more than $3 million since going live earlier this week, the company announced on Wednesday. The title raised $2 million in the first hour of the Founder’s sale and $2.8 million in a 24-hour period.
The sale ranged in value from $200 to $100,000 in collections of playable in-game NFTs. NFT will become playable after Guild of Guardians launches on mobile devices in the first half of 2022.
According to Derek Lau, game lead for the Guild of Guardians, pre-game registrations totaled 133,270. “Over 50% of all sales came through referrals – indicating that the community was sharing with each other, and there is a real ‘share-to-earn’ aspect in place,” he said.
Yield Guild Games, which represents a collective of approximately 15,000 gamers and investors who generate yields from NFT-based games, was one of the most prominent contributors to the sale of the founder, which won the “Myth Guild” for $100,000. NFT snatched away.
Gabby Dijon, founder of Yield Guild Games, said that Guild of Guardians “tick all the right boxes” with regards to graphics, gameplay, mobile readiness and the Guild system.
“We are always on the lookout for the next good play-to-earn game, and Guild of Guardians piqued our interest. We spoke to the team, and we are happy with what we found; they have polished graphics. , have interesting gameplay; we like that it is mobile based and they have a guild system […]”
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