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    Gods Unchained Announces Expansion Pack With Limited Time Early-Bird Special

    There are precious few games on blockchain at the moment that are aimed at gamers. In amongst the elite, is Gods Unchained, a free-to-play, tactical card game led by none other than the former game director of Magic the Gathering: Arena. Now, Gods has announced it is launching its second expansion, Divine Order, with release set for 27th September 2021 at 5pm PDT.

    Gods Unchained first caught our eye in 2018, before the beta had shipped, and it’s still one of our favorites today. While there are questions over when certain features like the Forge will open — which has a large hand in the Play to Earn aspect — the game has been well received and appears to have the legs to carry it deeper into the development of the industry.

    Card games like this have been one of the most obvious candidates for proper blockchain games, by which I mean games that gamers would be interested in buying whether it had blockchain or not. With Immutable raising $60m in recent Series B funding round, the development of the Immutable X platform, a Layer-2 scaling solution for NFTs on Ethereum, Gods Unchained — an Ethereum-based game — looks to have a promising future. Of course, Gods is also getting its own $GODS token soon too.

    Gods Unchained: Divine Order

    The new expansion offers a completely new set of 190 cards, new champion powers, and completely new game mechanics. In every pack, there is a chance to get a one-of-a-kind mythic card, and once that card is found, there are six god-themed rat promotional cards that can drop for you.

    Once the expansion pack is ready to purchase, there will be a 20% discount for a limited amount of time. Click here to learn more.

    Robert Baggs
    Full-time professional crypto writer and Editor of Token Gamer. Obsessed with MMOs. London based.

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