NFT Game Cross The Ages Raised $12M
To improve your local-language experience, sometimes we employ an auto-translation plugin. Please note auto-translation may not be accurate, so read original article for precise information.
Polygon-based NFT collectible card game Cross The Ages has raised $12 million in seed round. The main investors are Ubisoft, a game publisher, and Animoca Brands, the publisher of The Sandbox that has also invested in OpenSea and Axie Infinity. Animoca Brands is claimed to be the leading metaverse startups and NFT games investor. Polygon, as well as the co-founder of The Sandbox metaverse, Sebastien Borget, are among other seed round investors.
Cross The Ages is a free-to-play metaverse game. It involves 75 artists and over 145 people in the creation. The talent and the developers, along with the launch of the game itself, are going to be funded by the seed round investment.
According to the co-founder, Christophe de Courson, and CEO, Sami Chlagou, the game is supposed to break the boundaries of traditional card games with the help of blockchain technology. The players will have full ownership of their NFT playing cards. Hense, they will have an opportunity to buy, sell, trade and even convert the cards to to the physical versions.
Cross The Ages is created in the favourite genre of many gamers, science fiction and fantasy. The universe of the game is based on the continent of ‘Artellium’ which hosts two worlds.
The users will have the possibility to play the game on their smartphones and tablets.
Read related posts:
- Metaverse Post & NFT | LA
- Metaverse Fundraising Weekly Report #5
- Sky Mavis Raised $150М to Cover The Ronin Bridge Hack
In line with the Trust Project guidelines, please note that the information provided on this page is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as legal, tax, investment, financial, or any other form of advice. It is important to only invest what you can afford to lose and to seek independent financial advice if you have any doubts. For further information, we suggest referring to the terms and conditions as well as the help and support pages provided by the issuer or advertiser. MetaversePost is committed to accurate, unbiased reporting, but market conditions are subject to change without notice.