Joycity has released its new P2E (Play to Earn) game Gunship Battle: Crypto Conflict for Android, iOS and PC. Built on blockchain technology, the title can be played for free by anyone.
Check out the launch trailer below, along with more details about the game.
Developed by the same studio behind Gunship Battle: Total Warfare, the latest version of the popular sea combat franchise is designed for naval combat fans to enjoy the core content that made the series so remarkable, such as the inter-server world war. , Blitz Defense, Armada Strike Group and world boss battles. But players can also acquire Titanium, a new resource that players acquire by performing in-game activities, and then use that resource to trade for MILICO, the game’s blockchain token.
Players must build and maintain naval bases while producing and leading land, sea and air units, devising tactical maneuvers and researching modern military technology. As admiral in charge, players must strategize, forge global cooperative alliances, and fight for the future of humanity.
The title also exceeded expectations by ranking first in the Strategy & Simulation category and fifth in the “General” category on PlayToEarn, the highest P2E ranking in the world.
To celebrate the official release of Gunship Battle: Crypto Conflict, players can participate in the 4X Airdrop event, earning entry points which provide the opportunity to earn MILICO by completing missions. Moreover, the most exciting launch events will reward players with a large amount of titanium, encouraging them to perform in-game activities such as daily check-in, upgrading your HQ, increasing your level combat power, and more. The “Carnival Event”, dedicated to helping new Admirals progress, will take place so new players can log in and easily find their way around the game.
Gunship Battle: Crypto Conflict is available worldwide except for South Korea, China, and Singapore. To accommodate a truly international audience, the game supports 20 languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Japanese, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, and more.