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    Splinterlands Land Tokens Can Now Be Redeemed for Plots

    "This is a step towards the Splinterlands future many have been eagerly awaiting the realization of. The browser-based autobattler is addictive and enjoyable, but the game's land adds a much-needed dimension to Splinterland's overall complexity."

    At long last, Splinterlands is allowing users who own a Land token to redeem it for an individual, unsurveyed deed. But what is an unsurveyed deed and how does it work?

    Splinterlands is one of the most successful blockchain games to have been released so far, seeing itself in the top 3 games on DappRadar’s UAW (Unique Active Wallets) chart for the best part of 18 months or more. Unfortunately, it has been a tumultuous year for all, and last month, the company had to lay off 45% of their employees. However, this latest land announcement is another successful milestone for Token Gamer’s Game of the Year 2021, alongside 2 billion games played and a partnership with Warner Music.

    Splinterlands Praetoria Land Launch

    You might remember that back in April this year, we gave away a land plot for Splinterlands. The pre-sale of the game’s land sold out quickly and getting hold of the token you needed was expensive on the secondary markets. Well, if you managed to get one, your wait is finally over to put it to work!

    In an announcement today, Splinterlands opened up the redemption of land tokens for unsurveyed land deed NFTs. These deeds guarantee a plot of land with different properties that can be put to work in 2023 to mint your own cards, survey your land, and gather resources, among many other perks you can read about here. It is worth noting that converting your land token to a land deed NFT will still see you eligible for $SPS rewards.

    The redemption of your land token begins 12th and 13th December 2022 and will run for at least one year, so you are not in a race to redeem.

    This is a step towards the Splinterlands future many have been eagerly awaiting the realization of. The browser-based autobattler is addictive and enjoyable, but the game’s land adds a much-needed dimension to Splinterland’s overall complexity.

     

    Robert Baggs
    Robert Baggs
    Full-time professional crypto writer and Editor of Token Gamer. Obsessed with MMOs. London based. Primary holdings: WAXP & ENJ. Secondary holdings: ETH & GALA.

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