Gala Games' upcoming Champions Arena receives its first community playtest date.
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Gala Games is starting to become a hub of great games to be on the lookout for if you are ever wondering which web3 game to play next with the likes of Superior and Spider Tanks already under their portfolio. One of their latest titles, Champions Arena, is getting its first community playtest. Champions Arena is a turn-based RPG set in a fantasy world where players can collect over 100 different, fascinating and unique NFT Champions and various NFT items. The game is developed by OneUniverse and published by Gala Games.
Players will get to choose from a wide range of Champions in order to create the perfect team. Once you have the heroes you need, you can customize their skills, equipment and spells to suit your playstyle in this turn-based combat RPG. Each Champion is unique, and so is each Champions Arena player. That's why the game makes sure to cater to all playstyles by enabling players to combine different skills, gather powerful relics and equipment, and train them towards the way they want each character to play.
The Champions Arena playtest is now available for both desktop and mobile gamers. The OneUniverse studio made sure both platforms are equal in quality so no player feels they have to sacrifice anything to play on either platforms. However, it is worth noting that for this playtest, progress is not shared between mobile and desktop. The studio promised to have this functionality in future experiences with the game for everyone to easily jump between both platforms conveniently.
You can head over to the Gala Games' Champions Arena game page to download the title and play it right away. At the same time, Gala Games already has titles from their ecosystem nominated for the GAM3 Awards so make sure to vote for a chance to win a gaming PC.
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