GameFi’s growth in the last few years has been phenomenal. The number of players showing interest in this play-to-earn environment is increasing by thousands every day. Moreover, GameFi is no longer limited to hyper-casual 2D games anymore as many popular games studios have joined the ecosystem already. Microsoft and Wildlife Studios are among the popular gaming firms that recently entered GameFi. This list expands further with a new addition, Gawooni Metalabs.
This gaming studio developed a top-end blockchain game called K4 Rally. This new game will bring the play-to-earn model to a whole new level never seen before with gilt-edged graphics and gameplay. As per the official reports, this game is designed to bring user experience closer to the real racing experience as possible. Apart from the gameplay and graphics, the game offers access to NFT and blockchain technologies.
Reportedly, the K4 Rally team believes developing a racing game requires first-hand experience in the sport and the business. So, it has signed partnerships with professional sports car drivers to promote and bring exposure to blockchain, NFTs, and GameFi among racing communities. So, this game will be developed as the most realistic racing game with support from actual professional sports car drivers around the world.
The racing duo Johannes Kaferbook and Ilka Minor will back this exciting racing game as per the new partnership. However, there is no specific information about what their role would be in this journey. Ilka Minor expressed his delight in this partnership by saying, “I am proud to contribute my knowledge as a rally co-driver to the K4 Rally game project”. On the other hand, Johannes Kaferbook believes that K4 Rally is one of the biggest things in the racing game sector currently because it opens up the area to experience the advantages of the GameFi, blockchain, and NFTs.
Gwooni’s K4 Rally is the first cross-chain NFT rally that allows users to own, upgrade and sell their rally cars and other digital assets from the game. It is also one of the few projects that try to introduce the Triple-A graphics level games to blockchain gaming. The project’s vision with celebrity endorsement can bring groundbreaking changes to the Gamefi environment.
Earlier this month, a first-person shooter game with Triple-A Graphics called Epic War was launched on several blockchain networks. Following that, Wildlife studios offered GameFi support to one of its flagship mobile games known as Candy Land. And only recently, Formeless, a GameFi platform modeled on Steam, signed several partnerships, including one with WAM. Now, with the K4 Rally, it becomes very obvious that GameFi’s growth is not only rapid, but it is also comprehensive. At this rate, GameFi will soon register itself as the future of online gaming.