PvP Galaxy Fight Club is a Polygon-based Cross-IP and Cross-Platform game that helps players earn NFTs through Play-to-Earn Mechanics. The game is unique in its own way as it requires characters from other NFT collections like CyberKongz, Illuvium and many other projects with CCO rights to fight the battle.
Galaxy Fight Club PvP (Player vs Player) P2E game is a Cross-IP platform. A cross-IP game platform enables its players to use digital items, such as NFTs (non-fungible tokens), from different collections or “IPs” (intellectual properties) to interact with each other in a game. Galaxy Fight Club offers a new way of interoperability by creating an open ecosystem where players own their digital items, and can use them to battle with others who own different items from different NFT collections.
Overview: Galaxy Fight Club PvP
Galaxy Fight Club is a recent game that started working in August 2021 and since then it is expanding through partnerships and collaborations with other projects. Since the core purpose and function of the game relies in engage other platforms through cross-IP, it cannot function alone. Galaxy Fight Club has partnered with various guilds, it has partnered with many Game Guilds, and NFT projects.
Offer unprecedented interoperability of data, digital items/assets, content, and so on across each of these experiences — your “Counter-Strike” gun skin, for example, could also be used to decorate a gun in Fortnite, or be gifted to a friend on/through Facebook. Similarly, a car designed for Rocket League (or even for Porsche’s website) could be brought over to work in Roblox.
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Here is a list of game guilds and NFT projects that Galaxy Fight Club has partnered with:
- Yield Guild Games (YGG)
- Avocado Guild
- PATH DAO
- Wicked Cranium
In addition to these partnerships, Galaxy Fight Club also allows NFT holders from Moonbirds, Bored Ape Yacht Club, and other blue-chip NFT projects to participate in the game and use their tokens to fight.
Galaxy Fighting Club has four different modes of play, each with different requirements and rewards:
3v3 Mode: Anyone can play this mode. A team of 3 players will battle with another similar team in this mode. The rewards for this mode are loot box keys that can be used to unlock valuable in-game items.
Tournaments: This mode is available only to members of the Galaxy Fighters guild. Players compete in organized tournaments for a chance to win $GOIN and $ETH, two cryptocurrencies that can be used to purchase and trade in-game items.
1v1 Mode: Like 3 vs 3 modes this mode is also open to anyone, however, there are no rewards available for this mode. Players can battle against each other in one-on-one fights. This is more of a practice mode in this game.
Battle Royale Mode: Since this mode is in the testing and development phase, the rewards are not determined for now. However, it will be open to anyone who wants to play once it is released.
How to play Galaxy Fight Club?
Though the game uses a cross-ip and cross-platform structure in which the other projects’ intellectual properties like NFTs are used, Galaxy Fight Club has its own version of NFTs to give to its players as rewards.
All major collections of NFTs integrated into Galaxy Fighter Club NFTs are named Galaxy Fighters with a total number of NFTs being 10,129. The Galaxy Fighter NFTs belong to 7 different races including Humans, Beasts, Ogre, Alien, Reptar, Glopz, and Death Robots.
GFC further categorizes the human race of NFTs into 8 different variants. The races of humans determine their power and rarity. The general rule is the most common NFTs are the weaker characters. Among the human race, the rare is the Golden humans and they are the most powerful humans. However, if compared to other races, there are even more powerful playable characters. For example, Death Robots are the most powerful but they are extremely rare (135 in total).
$GCOIN is the underlying in-house token of the Galaxy Fight Club ecosystem which is used for opening loot boxes with keys (won from battles), forging/upgrading weapons, and training new Gen 2 fighters. Forging weapons costs 300 tokens, and training 2nd generation Galaxy Fighters costs 800 tokens. However, the cost of Exclusive collab items & skins, and In-game emoji packs vary.
Galaxy Fight Club is giving the NFTs an additional utility by offering unprecedented interoperability. This additional utility not only enhances the gaming experience for players but also increases the value proposition of NFTs, making them a more attractive investment option for collectors and enthusiasts.
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