Phantom Galaxies Teams Up With The Web3 Shooter Shrapnel For “Tactical Alliance”

The collab could bring a bundle of new content in both games.

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  • The web3 mecha combat title, Phantom Galaxies, has joined forces with the awaited extraction Shooter Shrapnel for a “tactical alliance.” 
  • The partnership could suggest positive changes for both games. The devs may add new content and unique features in the future.
  • Phantom Galaxies is getting an early access period from November 15. The devs of both projects are targeting a release date in the next year.

Phantom Galaxies is among the most highly anticipated web3 projects currently in development, but a new collaboration may have pushed its latent potential to a whole new scale. Blowfish Studios has recently announced its latest collaboration with the exciting web3 extraction shooter Shrapnel. The partnership opens new and unprecedented prospects for both titles and may bring forth changes that we never saw coming.

The Blowfish Studios devs have revealed the alluring partnership over on Twitter to celebrate with the fans of the project.

It is worth noting that the devs have not clarified what exactly this “tactical” alliance means for both ecosystems. However, we can expect new content and transformative features for Phantom Galaxies and Shrapnel that will only serve to benefit every involved party in these entries. The devs of the web3 extraction shooter also took to Twitter to commemorate the new partnership with the fans of the title.


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While the web3 features in titles are quite polemical due to harmful practices, both entries have amassed attraction for bringing AAA gameplay and NFT features that benefit the player. Phantom Galaxies uses blockchain tech and NFTs to let users own them and partake in its development and its vast economic bubble. Gamers can own, create, or trade NFTs of many in-game items, like weapons and skins, for an active economic system.

Phantom Galaxies, crafted in the Unreal Engine 5, boasts stunning visuals and realistic characters. But it is far from just being a pretty eye candy. The online action RPG title also stands out for featuring intense and competitive gameplay in the currently shown footage. Early access for the project will begin on November 15, allowing players to join forces in the online multiplayer against each other whilst earning NFTs.

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The collaboration partner, Shrapnel, is another giant in the web3 gaming scene. It claims to be the first moddable blockchain extraction shooter game that is built by a qualified team of BAFTA & Emmy Award-winning talent. The AAA title is going to let players customize their own operators and reward NFTs by creating and curating content or by merely participating in the development. Shrapnel is also expected to receive early access this year.

Both entries are slated to be released sometime next year, but no exact release date has been confirmed so far. The collaboration of both studios may result in fastened development and other positive changes.

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