Summoners War: Chronicles Will Be Using Blockchain Technology To Become A Play-To-Earn Game

According to reports, MMORPG based on well-known mobile IP Summoners War: Chronicles would use blockchain "Play-To-Earn" technology.


Summoners War: Chronicles is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Com2uS. Summoners War: Chronicles is scheduled to release in the first quarter of 2022, and it appears that Com2uS will incorporate a "P2E" or Play to Earn component in the game. There are three Summoners to pick from, each of them has their own set of skills and appearances that are distinct from the others. The game takes place prior to both Sky Arena and Lost Centuria, giving players the opportunity to experience both worlds in one game. The Summoners' team will be comprised of a group of up to three monsters who will accompany them on their excursions. Each of the monsters will have a specific skill set, which will necessitate the development of distinct battle techniques.


It was announced on Com2uS' official Twitter account, along with a new gameplay clip, that the game would include a blockchain technology component. Summoners War's intellectual property authority will be combined with a protocol economy that shares the performance of games with users through blockchain-based objects and goods, according to the development team. The game will be available on iOS, Android, and Windows devices starting in 2022.

Summoners War: Chronicles will contain iconic creatures for its enormous realm, as well as three protagonists named Orbia, Kina, and Cleaf. Summoners War: Chronicles will be released on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In addition, players will have the exhilarating opportunity to combat creatures from the Sky Arena as well as the Lost Centurian Empire. In addition, the game will feature a range of PvP challenges, such as Arena, Real-Time Arena, and 2v2 Real-Time Arena, in which players will compete against other Summoners while using their own monster decks in order to win.

Monsters will have five traits, identical to those found in Sky Arena, namely Water, Fire, Wind, Light, and Dark, and players will be able to improve the battle powers of their monsters by using runes, like they did in Sky Arena. Players will also have the option of forming alliances with other Summoners they meet along the way. When participating in Raids, players can join a group to face a boss and gain rare rewards; however, when participating in Field Boss, players must beat a boss alongside a large number of other Summoners in order to receive awards based on their effort.