Illuvium Ethereum Token Surges After Epic Games Store Listing
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Illuvium Ethereum Token Surges After Epic Games Store Listing

  • Lavish Immutable X game Illuvium is coming to the Epic Games Store, and the news fueled a spike in the ILV token price.

The upcoming NFT game Illuvium is set to premiere on the Epic Games Store. The token for the game, called Illuvium, has seen a significant increase in value since its early Wednesday release.

Ahead of its November 28 launch for the game’s Beta 3: Arena test, which will center on player-versus-player (PVP) action, Illuvium is now available for purchase on the Epic Games Store. Through the well-known PC gaming marketplace, the beta will be released.

According to Coinstats data, the price of the Illuvium (ILV) token on Ethereum surged rapidly upon hearing that the company was joining the well-known PC gaming marketplace, which had 230 million members as of the end of 2022.

Illuvium Price Chart | Source: Coinstats


Before the revelation, ILV’s price was roughly $65 per token; in just a few hours, it reached a peak of $80.49, an almost 24% increase. As of this writing, the price has now leveled off at $75.50, but that still represents a 17% increase over the previous day and a 94% increase over the past 30 days.

Illuvium is an action fantasy game that runs on the Ethereum scaling network Immutable X. It has both an auto-battler competitive mode and an open-world adventure. Virtual land plots are one of the NFTs used in the game; in June 2022, a sale of these NFTs brought in $72 million in purchases.

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When Decrypt’s GG played the open-world beta of Illuvium Overworld in May, he was struck by the game’s dynamic movement and high visual quality, which suggested that it would be a blockchain title with “AAA” potential. On November 28, the most recent beta will be released, allowing us to examine how the game has developed over the previous few months.

With games like Gods Unchained, Raini: The Lords of Light, and Blankos Block Party making their way into the market, the Epic Games Store has shown itself to be accommodating to those who own NFTs and cryptocurrency tokens. rival retail space Blockchain games are prohibited on Steam, though some developers have managed to get around the restrictions.

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