Phantom Galaxies is an online, open world mech title coming to PC and consoles

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Phantom Galaxies has been announced by Blowfish Studios and Animoca Brands, and it is coming to PC and consoles in 2022. The developers have stated that Phantom Galaxies will be based upon blockchain tech and have NFTs, so players are able to own the digital rights to the assets in the game. The story of the game has players enlist in the Ranger Squadron to fight off an alien threat, the Sha’Har, who are intent on wiping out humans are humanity desecrated their tomb worlds. There will be different mech types including the Lancer, which is best for stealth and agility, the melee based Breacher, the artilerry based Buster, and Assault mech.

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Ben Lee, CEO, Blowfish Studios, said: “Phantom Galaxies is a stunning and evocative medley of everything we love about science fiction and action RPGs. Building this online mecha space opera has us ‘over the moon’ and we can’t wait to take everyone on a ride later next year.”

“Our goal with Phantom Galaxies is to provide not just an amazing game experience but also a shining example of how blockchain integration can put real in-game governance in the hands of the players.,” commented Yat Siu, the chairman and co-founder of Animoca Brands.

Phantom Galaxies will be a third person title with action RPG elements so you can level up your suits, and unlock new equipment to use in the war with the Sha’Har. The action will take place both on world and in the depths of space, where players will encounter the likes of pirates, scavengers, and various factions that have their own goals. Aside from going into battle against the Sha’Har players will have other missions to take on such as hunting down bounties, or taking part in smuggling missions. Every action a player takes will impact their reputation in the galaxy and will have an impact on how the story unfolds.

Source: Press Release

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