Blockchain-based gaming is still a promising component of Web 3. The Brawlers game from Tyranno Studios was added to Prime Gaming within a week of its listing on the Epic Games Store. Players of the free-to-play wrestling game can win native BRWL tokens and NFTs. The CEO of the business behind the well-known multiplayer space opera EVE Online, Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, disclosed in a recent interview that they are developing a blockchain-based game to make a lasting impression in the future.
The two games with the highest volume in Q3, according to DappRadar’s assessment, saw a notable spike in activity this week. Following the release of a new set of tradable cards, Axie Infinity witnessed a 143% increase, while Gods Unchained saw a 27% increase. In other news, according to NFT Price Floor, Autoglyphs and Fidenza, the fourth and sixth-largest NFT projects by market capitalization, each had one sale in October.
The French fashion brand Maison Margiela also released an online game that allows players to access the next phase of their Web3 roadmap and mint digital collectibles. A second facility in New York City is planned for a bathhouse located in Brooklyn that heats its water using Bitcoin miners. This week, Friend.tech had record outflows on several days in a row.