The first rule of Galaxy Fight Club is you tell everybody about Fight Club!
It’s a tournament-style PvP game where you can battle with your NFTs and win ETH – that’s right: Super Smash Bros coming to NFT collectibles. Compare your NFT in their specially built PvP arena against other players to see who gets the bragging rights and the ETH prize!
The central collection is 9994 hand-drawn NFTs. Of these NFTs, 7774 released for public sale on August 15th. 2000 sold out in minutes during the highly anticipated presale and 200 more are being held for giveaway prizes.
Cross Chain Compatible Collectibles
The Galaxy Fight Club NFT Collection have cross-chain compatibility. Incredibly, this means cards from other collections can battle as long as they share a wallet with your native Galaxy card. Furthermore, your card acts as an entry ticket.
Until now, BullsontheBlock, TheAlienBoyNFT, Cryptopunks, Bored Apes, Cool Cats, Animetas, BridgeMutual, and WickedCraniums are all compatible with the game. Plus, more are rumoured to follow.
The Ambitious Goals for Galaxy Fight Club Collectibles
The team at Galaxy has ambitious plans to build a huge arena in the metaverse. Mainly, where live crowds can watch player versus player (pvp) battles and enthralling grudge matches.
Incredibly, their organisation boasts some gaming legends and superstars. Sebastian Z, Galaxy Fight Club’s lead game designer, worked with EA and then Activision Blizzard (Call of Duty Mobile). Plus, Ado L, head of publishing and partnership, worked at Deloitte UK (financial services and tech) and then at TikTok. Clearly, the level of expertise shows this project definitely is in great hands!
They aren’t the only fighting focused NFTs on the market. Recently, even old-skool game Street Fighter have got in on the action. Hopefully, we are sure to see many more fighting focused games coming soon. However, Galaxy Fight Club shows the great potential for blockchain games in the future.