Guild Of Guardians Price Prediction

I’m not the best blockchain expert on planet Earth, but Guild Of Guardians gets my gears running. With partnerships like with Ubisoft and The Sandbox, it really gets people even more interested about how these mobile RPG can change the way we think about blockchain games. What is even better is the fact that this GOG is developed by Stepico (who work with Amazon Studios, Universal, Outplay, and many more) and it’s published by Immutable.

Price Prediction For Guild Of Guardians (GOG)

DISCLAIMER: I am by no means a financial advisor or a finance professional. These are just my predictions, so keep that in mind as we go through what will happen to GOG.

Here’s the price prediction for the next five years for Guild Of Guardians tokens:

2022Around $9
2023Around $25
2024Around $35
2025Around $50
2026Around $70+

At the time of writing, it’s at an all-time low this year of $0.70004 so it’s perfect for new comers. Nevertheless, since I’m not the best authoritative figure to speak on this subject, let’s talk about the game and Stepico.

The developers have received so much praise about the open-line of communication they have with their investors, the players, and the fans. The whole project is much more transparent than your usual blockchain RPG.

But the reason for all the hype is not just the blockchain technology that the game has, but it’s the actual game itself. With the current press releases we have, Guild Of Guardians is first a “GAME” then everything else.

I believe I’m walking into uncharted territory here and there might be some backlash of me saying this, but in my humble opinion, blockchain games fail not because of the technology but the actual game itself.

More often than not, they’re unplayable with systems only to support the blockchain aspect of the game and not to engage players like regular games do.

Nevertheless, I just wanted to say that this won’t be an issue with the game if Stepico delivers. All of the press releases give a great first impression of mechanics, progression curve, playability, and more.

Plus, it’s a mobile game, so it has a higher outreach than your typical PC game.

Written by Borut Udovic

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