Axie Infinity: Origins launches on iOS in LATAM, Asia

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Axie Infinity: Origins is now available on the Apple App Store in select markets. Publisher Sky Mavis plans a global iOS launch, but will be accessible first to players in key Latin American and Asian markets including Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Venezuela, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam Become.

A free-to-play card-based strategy battler allows players to join the Axie Infinity ecosystem with no upfront fees. Players can enjoy the game with free, non-NFT starter Axies, improving accessibility and reducing onboarding friction.

Axie Infinity: Origin still runs on the company’s own Ethereum-based Ronin blockchain. Players who own compatible NFTs can use them in-game, even if they purchased them on other platforms.

However, you should still use the Android or Desktop version to access the game’s full functionality. Players will earn token rewards, which will not be visible within the app upon release. Additionally, only the Moon Shard crafting recipe will be available within the app. Players must use either the desktop or his Android APK version to craft recipes that use SLP tokens.


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Axie Infinity: Origins will be released on the Google Play Store in December 2022. This version also had to compromise on blockchain functionality to comply with Play Store policies. Sky Mavis has been beta testing this title on iOS. May 2022.

App store and marketplace interoperability

Additionally, Sky Mavis announced the Mavis Market, where users can buy, sell, and showcase Ronin-powered NFTs. Users can now purchase select collectibles from his Ronin-based games and his Dapps from third parties.

Sky Mavis recently upgraded the Ronin to a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) model. The company also announced that he will partner with five developers to create Ronin-based games. These studios are Directive Games, Tribes Studio, Bali Games, and SkyVu.

Sky Mavis CEO Trung Nguyen said, “Sky Mavis remains committed to our vision of a player-owner digital nation, and we are excited to work with the app stores to open up our ecosystem to a new generation of Lunathians. I have,” he said. “The launch of both Axie Origins in the app store and our own Mavis Marketplace are important steps in creating a more accessible and dynamic Web3 gaming experience. We have exciting updates on the horizon and are excited to continue providing our community with more ways to engage with the Axie Infinity brand.”

Adding Axie Infinity: Origins to iOS and launching its own marketplace builds on Sky Mavis’ mission to enhance ownership, interoperability, and future cross-game integration.

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