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Blockchain-Enabled RPG Making Moves Ahead

The much delayed Blockchain Games roleplaying game, Neon District, has announced it will switch to Matic Network after the alleged first choice crash, Loom.

Neon District, the much-delayed role-playing blockchain game, was released, according to a recent announcement about Etheree’s second layer automatic scalable solution.

Blockade Games is developed by Neon District and will also place some of its public games online.

Entering the new phase

The Neon District will “come” soon from October 2019 when the upcoming launch is delayed by six months.

The game takes place in a dystopian future and revolves around rebels against an authoritarian government. Players balance their character by completing missions and buying equipment in the form of environmentally friendly tokens.

This NFT is traded freely in the online market which is operated by the Matic network.

Some players who are impatient even buy in-app units and inventory when they loaded in October last year, right before the game slowed down. Although they have had few opportunities to continue using this NFT since then, Cointelegraph has been told that assets can be traded freely over the next two months.

Matic on the move

The Neon District will be launched on the Loom network before the Loom project announces that it is “switching from blockchain games to business” and moving to AWOL.

Matic Network is a similar solution for scaling two levels for the Ethereum blockchain in the same way. Supported by the main cryptocurrency exchange of Binance and Coinbase, it is increasingly important in space and attracts more than 50 decentralized applications in the PoS + plasma side chain.

The Layer 2 solution can increase productivity while significantly reducing gas costs for Ethereum transactions. Matic claims that its infrastructure can support 10,000 to 15,000 transactions per second and one or two seconds of blocking.

Unfortunately, switching to the Matic network will not speed up the arrival of the game itself. While the Neon District plans to “release a lot of experience in Q3 and Q4 2020”, the first official season will not be available until 2021.

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