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The First Season of Sons of Mars is About to Begin

The “battle royale” is one of the youngest, yet most popular genres in both games and film. Sometimes referred to as “King of the Hill” by veteran gamers, it’s a genre with a specific concept – pitting players against each other until there is only one left. 

According to its creators, Sons of Mars is a battle royale game with a twist, as it “mixes Russian Roulette style gameplay with digital collectibles. This innovative game combines the best of both worlds.” With a final prize of 200 Ethereum, this high-stakes battle is sure to be one of the most followed NFT experiences of the year.

In this game, the warriors are 5,555 champions, watched over by the God of War himself – Mars. In a free-for-all arena, the combatants are to enter and find glory or defeat, as only one of the thousands can stand and emerge victorious. At the center of the code that runs the game is the Chainlink VRF, a provably random, tamper-proof, and verifiable RNG (Random Number Generator) built by Chainlink labs.

As imparted by the game’s creators, Sons of Mars will feature several seasons. The first season will likely become a model for the consecutive ones to follow, featuring “40 days of battle and 15 rounds of intense fighting until only one is left alive, and the others transformed into Roman statues.”

The defeated champions are not cast aside – they are immortalized as unique statues that physically and aesthetically resemble their living counterparts.

According to Sons of Mars’ creators, the first eason will officially commence as all 5,555 champions have met their operators. 

With the first batch of Sons of Mars champions gone, the project will shift its focus to preparing for the second season of all-around carnage. The project’s leaders have divulged that they will also prepare other exciting novelties and surprises for its fans and enthusiasts, most notably the Sons of Mars graphic novel. 

The project will also prepare to host real-life events and work on new metaverse battle royale games as well as television/movie adaptations. With artists that worked on many projects including Loki, The Lion King, Maleficent 2 & Wonder Woman 1984, the universe built around the project is deep & filled with high-quality graphical elements.

The proud owners of season 1 Sons of Mars statues will be granted an opportunity to hold onto their warrior or “burn” it in exchange for a season 2 mint.

The Sons of Mars project was founded by the Frosali brothers, Alessandro and Sean, backed by Amine Amahadar and Jerome Malevez, founders of ANMP, a creative studio that worked on award-winning films, and advertising campaigns for brands such as Redbull, Honda and even Coldplay.

More information about the Sons of Mars and the full catalog of the game’s features is available on the project’s official website

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Weekly NFT Sales Show Improvement, Fantom and Immutable X NFT Volume Spikes

Non-fungible token (NFT) sales managed to climb higher during the last seven days than the previous week’s overall sales. This week’s NFT sales managed to jump over 6.3% after recording more than $153 million in sales compared to last week’s $144 million. Non-Fungible Token Sales This Week Climb More Than 6% Higher, 2 NFT Collections::Listen

Weekly NFT Sales Show Improvement, Fantom and Immutable X NFT Volume Spikes

Non-fungible token (NFT) sales managed to climb higher during the last seven days than the previous week’s overall sales. This week’s NFT sales managed to jump over 6.3% after recording more than $153 million in sales compared to last week’s $144 million.

Non-Fungible Token Sales This Week Climb More Than 6% Higher, 2 NFT Collections Jump More Than 279% in 7 Days

  • NFT sales have gained 6.39% across 17 different blockchains that support NFT technology. Ethereum-based NFTs were the most sold as the chain saw $127 million out of the week’s $153 million in overall sales. ETH-based NFT sales increased by 11.10%, according to cryptoslam.io’s statistics.
  • The chain with the largest increase in NFT sales during the week was Fantom up 75.64% and the second largest was Immutable X jumping 56.57% higher. The Palm blockchain lost 56.50% and the Binance Smart Chain’s NFT sales slipped by 36.37% this week.
  • The top NFT collection in terms of sales was Cryptopunks as it gathered $9.4 million in sales up 3.98%. The second largest compilation in terms of sales is Sorare with $9.1 million up 6.88% during the last seven days. The third largest was Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) with $8.93 million in seven-day sales but BAYC sales slipped 22% lower than the week prior over the last week.
  • Rareapepeyachtclub saw the second largest increase in terms of compilations with a 279.46% rise, but the largest stemmed from the Cryptodickbutts S3 collection which jumped 474.65% this past week.
  • Bored Ape Yacht Club # 949 was this week’s most expensive NFT sale, as it sold for 145 ether or $289K. The second most expensive sale during the last seven days was Bored Ape Yacht Club # 1,833 which sold for $282K. All five of the top five most expensive NFTs sold this week derive from the BAYC collection.
  • In fact, the top 18 most expensive NFTs sold during the last seven days are Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs. The 19th most expensive was Noun 399 which sold for 83 WETH or $156K and the 20th most expensive was Bored Ape Yacht Club # 4,170 which sold for $155K.
  • BAYC has the most expensive floor price this week as well as the lowest valued BAYC today is 78.69 ETH. The second most expensive NFT floor value is from the Cryptopunks NFT collection at 69.95 ETH and the third most expensive floor value stems from Proof Collective which is 65 ETH today.
  • The top five NFT marketplaces in terms of sales this week include Opensea, X2Y2, Bloctobay, LooksRare, and the Axie Marketplace.

What do you think about this week’s NFT sales action? Let us know your thoughts about this subject in the comments section below.

The First Season of Sons of Mars is About to Begin

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