Hugely popular farming and exploration romp, Pixels, has announced that it will leave Polygon in favor of the Ronin Network. This marks the latest title to put its faith in Sky Mavis’ very own custom-built gaming blockchain.
The move represents a major coup for the Ronin network, which has been busy expanding its empire in recent months. Now, it will inherit 1.5 million monthly transactions, 100k active wallets, and 5k daily users to add to its mighty portfolio.
Through Pixels, Web3 gamers can embark on adventures of the farming and exploration kind. Essentially, allowing players to cultivate resources, build their own personal homestead, and socialize with likeminded individuals.
On their travels, virtual farmers will acquire the native $BERRY gaming token, which they can use to acquire non-NFT items and LAND. However, should they wish to take things a little further, users can either purchase NFT LAND on marketplaces such as OpenSea, or borrow a slice on the rental market.
1/ Welcome to the family, @pixels_online ⚔️
100K monthly active wallets, 5K DAU, and 1.5M monthly transactions. @pixels_online is the rare web3 game that already has impressive traction.
Today, we’re announcing their future migration to Ronin!
Here’s what you need to know 🧵👇 pic.twitter.com/WNatQy8zSP
— Ronin (@Ronin_Network) September 12, 2023
Ronin Positions Itself at the Forefront of Blockchain Gaming
While the general crypto sphere has faced a difficult time in 2023, the Ronin Network has spent its time wisely. In the last 6 months alone, it has played host to a wide array of new and exciting games, including, The Machines Arena, Wild Forest, Tribesters: Island of Solas, Battle Bears, and more!
Now with the proven and highly successful Pixels under its wing, it is onwards and upwards for the Ronin blockchain!
“Collaborating with a team that operates not on assumptions, but hands-on, proven experience was a no-brainer. Migrating to Ronin and leveraging their wisdom simply felt like the next logical step in our journey” – Luke Barwikowski – Pixels CEO