GiantN: This Klaytn-Based Game is Up the Ranks Again

GiantN is trending as a P2E game while also accruing downloads on GooglePlay.
  • GiantN is free to play and available as a mobile app.
  • For now, few details are known about the game’s P2E component or upcoming NFT collections.

GiantN is one of the first P2E games to rank near the top on The game has spent more than a week among top 10 most active and visited games. Klaytn is a proprietary blockchain built by the Kakao conglomerate of South Korea, with the goal of supporting fast apps with low fees. 

However, Klaytn and KLAY are still relatively obscure compared to Ethereum and BSC. Hence, all games on Klaytn are just now breaking out, while older P2E games are having a downturn.

Klaytn also aims to become a metaverse blockchain, tapping the development of Web3.

The GiantN game launched this July 14 with an Android app, with more than 10K downloads marked until now. The iOS launch will be announced in the near future. Outside the app store, the game has limited presence as a P2E game, as it is not tracked in the usual blockchain ecosystem. 

GiantN, like Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds and other Wemix and WAX games has already built its main app and mechanics, and will add a non-essential blockchain component. Most trending games are those that offer freemium access with token options down the line, but do not push token sales or NFT mints. 

Zattera Protocol Allows GiantN Game Swaps

The game is being promoted through Zattera Protocol and KMint Protocol, two of the providers for Web3 services and app access. GiantN has not directly presented its goal with NFT or tokenization, though it may potentially use KLAY tokens. The game may also require access to the Korean crypto trading ecosystem, which may restrict some of the players to monetize their rewards.

Zattera protocol also brings tools to monetize the activity of the GiantN game and swap any in-game LUA tokens to ZTC tokens. 

GiantN, however, is another game extending the trend for Web3 growth. Predictions see Web3 gaming build up to a $2.8B per year industry. Unlike the first generation of blockchain games, Web3 projects sit on top of a Web2 infrastructure, while offering a more involved form of ownership.

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