Shiba Inu’s new collectible card game Shiba Eternity is already well-liked in Vietnam, according to William Volk, alpha director at Shiba Inu Games. In actuality, the team had to increase the game servers’ capacity by 50 percent due to higher-than-expected demand.
The Shiba Inu team unveiled a mysterious teaser on July 31st, and it has since attracted attention and traffic on social media. Now that the project’s much-anticipated game has been given the moniker “Shiba Eternity,” the official account has officially revealed it.
“And with that said, may we add an Ancestral Blessing to the ShibArmy on this birthday and a moment of silence for those who Sold Early,” project leader Shytoshi Kusama wrote.
According to the statement, the project’s creators collaborated with Melbourne, Australia-based PlaySide Studios, a maker of video games. Additionally, the game will be accessible on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
Vietnamese users got early access to the Shiba Inu game
Vietnamese iOS users get the chance to take part in Shiba Eternity’s early testing. They recently posted footage of themselves playing the card-based war game on social media. Last week, the Shiba Inu (SHIB) token’s price soared over the roof.
According to statistics from CoinMarketCap, it has moved up to 12th position in terms of market capitalization. Volk, a seasoned game developer best known for his work with Activision, was appointed as a principal consultant by the Shiba Inu team back in November. Related Mike Novogratz’s Galaxy Digital Facing Lawsuit from BitGo
Shiba Inu Games and PlaySide collaborated on a mobile game in December 2021 that will make use of NFTs from the “Shiboshi” series.
Many members of the Shib Army were shocked to learn the news, and rumors started to spread after the team tweeted that “A present would arrive shortly.”
According to TronWeekly, the chief developer revealed the game’s specifics and said in May that it will debut in early September 2022.