Netmarble launches ‘King of Fighter Arena’ globally based on blockchain
Netmarble announced on the 14th that it has officially released the blockchain-based Daejeon fighting game “King of Fighter Arena” globally. South Korea and some countries where blockchain games are not serviced were excluded.
Users in the service area can download games through Google Play and the Apple App Store.
King of Fighter Arena is the second collaboration between Netmarble and Japan’s SNK. He was in charge of development at Netmarble Neo, which has accumulated various global know-how through the previous “King of Fighter All-Star” service.
King of Fighter Arena, which is applied with blockchain systems such as irreplaceable tokens (NFT) and game tokens, is a real-time user-to-user confrontation (PvP) game that can be enjoyed by selecting one of the characters in the “King of Fighter” series.
Users can obtain ‘Fight Money’ (FM) depending on whether they win or lose if they play a match with ‘Controller NFT’. In addition, if you own each fighter-based NFT “Fighter Card,” you can earn some of the “Fight Money” profits whenever the fighter’s game play takes place.
The acquired “Fight Money” can be exchanged for the game token “Fighters Club Token” (FCT) or used for upgrading the Fighter Mastery, and the “Fighters Club Token” can be exchanged with MBX through the bridge token “MBXL”.