MetaFi Game Guild recently announced a partnership with Faraland, an online RPG based on blockchain technology. The collaboration will see the ventures supporting projects to find their target audience while developing a healthy gaming community.
Faraland is a popular game that allows players to play turn-based RPG while owning Hero warriors (NFTs). Users can equip the warriors with different armor, pets, and weapons. Its play-to-earn model allows users to control their non-fungible tokens as different characters trying to complete their missions.
Other than that, Faraland lets players join communities, battle with other users, and win rewards based on their match performance. Based on BSC (Binance Smart Chain), Faraland enables robust, prompt, and safe asset ownership without excessive charges.
It allows players to enjoy complete NFT ownership, facilitating trading with other users. It is currently available on mobile platforms only, namely Android and iOS. However, since CertiK has audited the game, its NFT sale on May 29th is certain to amass a huge audience.
Given its premium features and support, it is no surprise that MetFi Game Guild has decided to establish a partnership with them. Faraland will allow MetaFi to compete in the GameFi market while targeting the traditional gaming audience. That is why the partnership will primarily work on boosting their reach across GameFi enthusiasts across the globe.
MetaFi Game Guild presents itself as a gaming project that aims to benefit players and communities around gaming. Thus, this partnership with a role-playing blockchain game seems a golden opportunity in multiple gaming arenas.
The venture also established a similar partnership IdleStoneage, a synthetic NFT-based dual-end game on KuCoin. Seeing its ongoing partnerships, the MetaFi game Guild seems ready for an eventual boost in market stature.