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Legacy - Peter Molyneux's new game - 'Will revolutionise blockchain gaming and the use of NFTs'


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I mean, what could possibly go wrong? And you can start buying virtual land from tomorrow!

 

Apparently not a joke or spoof idea. Nor an Onion article or the work of the famed Peter Molydeux.

 

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Legacy and Blockchain Gaming

 

Start your Legacy blockchain business by being a Land Owner or an in-game Business Partner!

Owning a Land NFT allows you to start your own in-game blockchain business association in Legacy. You will be able to play Legacy, while earning and owning your gameplay.

 

Crucially, as a business association owner, you will have access to Legacy Keys. These items can be lent to other people who want to start an in-game business in Legacy, making them your in-game Business Partners. As part of your association, they will share a portion of their earned LegacyCoin with you.

 

LegacyCoin

 

LegacyCoin is the currency that enables the innovative blockchain experience that is Legacy to exist.

LegacyCoin (LEGACY) is a new Cryptocurrency lying on the Ethereum blockchain which complies with the tried and trusted ERC-20 token standard.

 

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Our vision for blockchain gaming

 

Legacy is a game that leverages player ownership, play-to-earn, lend-to-earn, highly functional NFTs and a truly unique community driven economy… and this is just the beginning.

 

Legacy is here to push the boundaries of blockchain gaming beyond your wildest dreams.

 

The creative genius of Peter Molyneux, creator of the god game genre (among many others), along with 22cans is now teaming up with the expertise of Eric Schiermeyer and Gala games in order to put Legacy at the frontier of blockchain gaming.

 

The clock is ticking… it’s time for you to start your Legacy.

 

 

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Yeah, how did their last attempt at digital ownership go? How’s Bryan Henderson overseeing his domain in Godus? Oh.

 

6 hours ago, Goose said:

“Legacy is a game that leverages player ownership, play-to-earn, lend-to-earn, highly functional NFTs and a truly unique community driven economy… and this is just the beginning.“


Randy Pitchford Battleborn energy from this quote.

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As much as I enjoy the hate train for anything Peter Molyneux claims is going to revolutionise anything... because the game usually ends up being delayed 4+ years and then being average or bad when it's finally released...

 

But, the introduction of NFTs and the blockchain don't bother me.

 

They're pretty much saying "You can buy in-game land, but instead of us storing the record of you owning this purchase, we're putting it on a decentralised network"

 

I guess this means long after the game studio officially stops support for the game, you can still access, buy, sell, and trade your assets. Whereas today, for example, the ability to buy Fortnite skins will stop if Epic Games decide to shut down their store. 

 

Using the decentralised blockchain for this purpose isn't a bad idea. But using Ethereum is. Right now they rely on a variable gas fee to trade / move assets. If the network is busy, the fee can be really high - often unaffordable. 

 

If Ethereum doesn't improve its tech, you could be buying in game land for £10 but having to pay £175 to send it to someone else. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Uncle Mike said:

If you can buy and sell the in-game land, but the game doesn't exist anymore, how is that a good thing?

 

The game exists still. Just like every game you bought in the past.

 

You know when you boot up the original Nintendo Wii, it still works but the store is closed and no online gaming works? Well, it could prevent that. 

 

You still own the game and can play still, but because assets aren't stored with Peter Molyneux's company, when they declare bankruptcy and shut down the servers, the in-game trading of assets doesn't go with them.

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7 minutes ago, Uncle Mike said:

If you can buy and sell the in-game land, but the game doesn't exist anymore, how is that a good thing?


Something, something, poorly drawn picture of a monkey, something, something, hahaha I love watching you luddites yadda yadda yadda.

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