Ember Sword Articles
It has been several months since we've had a deep look into the state of upcoming sandbox MMORPG Ember Sword. This week, the team has unveiled some new, updated gameplay, and we were able to sit down with Mo Fadl, Chief Publishing Officer of Bright Star, and ask him a few questions on how the development has been going.
After several hiccups that resulted in halting the Immutable X migration process, things are starting to move along on the migration front. We chatted with the Ember Sword team to hear a little more about the migration.
Whether you're a fan of blockchain and NFT's or, more commonly, if you're hesitant to trust anything blockchain related, even you may be curious to find out what state Ember Sword is in. This Technical Test is only available for landowners and badge holders, but luckily, we were able to pop into the game for a time to see what state Ember Sword is in during their first public test.
When it comes to Ember Sword, there's a lot of promise in the development of the Pay-to-Earn (P2E)MMORPG and a new investment round shows some significant support for the future of Bright Star Studios' game.
In most MMOs, end game consists of a gear treadmill where players continuously pick up new and more powerful gear, but in Ember Sword the most sought-after gear is all on the blockchain and has no competitive advantage. How will players stay invested in Ember Swords end game without a stat-based gear grind?
In this episode of MMONFT, we dive into everything game related in Ember Sword with Bright Star Studios founder and Ember Sword executive producer Loren Roosendaal.
Ember Sword's Land Sale has finally come to a close, but for Bright Star Studios, their work has just begun. In an interview with Founder and Executive Producer, Loren Roosendaal, we leave no aspect of the Land Sale untouched, from the initial and ongoing funding of the project, to when players can expect to get their virtual feet on the ground of Solarwood.
Do you like NFTs? Do you immediately not think of a cereal brand when you hear the word "blockchain?" If so, you're in luck. Blockchain MMORPG, Ember Sword, has announced they've received over $203 million in their first community NFT land sale.
Six days are left to get your application in if you're interested in purchasing land in the upcoming blockchain sandbox MMORPG, Ember Sword. In a tweet from CEO of Bright Star Studios, Mark Laursen, more than 79 million dollars has been pledged so far with over 14 thousand applications received.
The upcoming blockchain-based MMORPG Ember Sword is getting ready for their next Solarwood land sale. The upcoming sale is hot on the heels of a previous madcap free-for-all land sale that resulted in a comprehensive post mortem investigation of issues.
In a retrospective posted to Medium, Ember Sword detailed what exactly happened during its recent land sale at the end of May. The sale, which saw over 25,000 people try to access the land sale site, had a bumpy go of things, so the team is now looking back on the issues and detailing what they plan to do to mitigate the same problems next time.
The Ember Sword team recently held a land sale of sorts. While thanking everyone to took part, they noted to keep an eye out for a post mortem in which they'll dive into additional details on what happened.
It looks like Ember Sword has secured $2 million in investment from several investors just ahead of today's land sale. Here's the nitty gritty for you financially inclined.