Gala Games’ Walking Dead: Empires Hero pack NFT sale has finally gone live! The highly-anticipated sale started on June 6th in several phases. According to team, these Hero packs will come with a full set of Hero NFTs to help you survive the zombie apocalypse. Looks like we’re going to need one!
What is Gala Games’ Walking Dead: Empires?
In essence, the Walking Dead: Empires is an upcoming survival MMORPG on Gala Games. Set in the dangerous world of AMC’s The Walking Dead, players will need to do whatever it takes to survive. This includes searching for supplies, constructing new homes, and forming alliances to battle against your nemesis and the dead.
In order to play the Walking Dead: Empires on Gala Games, you will need at least 3 Hero NFTs. Given that, Gala is offering Hero packs, where each pack contains a full set of 3 Hero Cards. Moreover, these packs are available in 3 different rarities, which are Epic, Legendary, and Ancient.
According to Gala, each pack will contain iconic characters from AMC’s The Walking Dead series. So, players will find themselves fighting alongside NFT avatars of Rick Grimes, Michonne, Daryl, and more in this game. Isn’t that cool?
What’s more, holding one of these Hero Cards will help boost your gameplay in the Walking Dead: Empires. According to Gala, these Hero Cards will be the key to unlocking P2E experiences in the game.
How to buy a Hero pack?
On June 6th, The Walking Dead: Empire Hero pack sale was opened up for all attendees of the Galaverse event. But no worries, the sale will take place in phases. For every 24 hours, the sale will open up to different groups: Founder’s Node License holders, Gala Gold members, and then the general public to take part in.
Given the hype though, these exclusive Walking Dead Hero packs do not come cheap. An Epic pack costs 0.214 ETH, a Legendary pack 0.537 ETH, while an Ancient Pack costs 1.343 ETH. But, if you want to get your hands on these Hero packs anyway, just head over to the sales page on the Gala Games website.
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