MMA Mobile Fighting Game With NFTs Launching in 2024

Animoca and One Championship are creating a Web3 tactical fighting game.

A mobile strategy combat game for mixed martial arts (MMA) is being developed by Notre Game, a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, in collaboration with Singapore’s One Championship and NFTs. Early player testing for the One Fight Arena game will start later this year, with an early 2024 release date currently planned.

In order to give owners statistics on character rarity and provable authenticity, the game’s athletes will become NFTs in the game. For individuals who want to play completely for free without any in-game currency or tokens, One Fight Arena will also be made available as a free-to-play mobile game.

According to the statement, the One game will feature the brand’s roster of various fighters and would emphasize “strategic gameplay” from a first-person point of view. Also, the game aims to recreate each fighter’s journey, beginning at the very beginning of their own fighting career.

One Championship co-founder and Group President Hua Fung Teh thinks the One game is a means to provide MMA fans with a novel experience, despite the fact that little more about it has been made public.

“We’re thrilled to work with an industry leader in Animoca Brands to launch One Fight Arena, our first Web3-enhanced video game,” Teh said in a statement. “This partnership will give us the opportunity to engage with our global fanbase at a deeper level.”

Yat Siu, the executive chairman of Animoca Brands, had a similar opinion about why Web3 components are being used in the game’s development.

“Our partnership with One to create One Fight Arena will enable the fans of the world’s largest martial arts organization to access a novel gaming experience with true digital ownership at its core,” Siu said in a statement.

The release of Animoca and One’s game coincides with Asia being a major market and producer for Web3 games. For example, a DappRadar research last month predicted that Asia would eventually control 80% of the global Web3 gaming business, a prediction that other participants in the sector have made recently.

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