Here goes my first post (long overdue I know) I hope you enjoy the read and remember to always stay positive!

Yeah, I’ve heard it all. Wizard.one is dead….. End of story. But, is a game ever really dead?

We live in a world where crypto gaming is only just starting, and the core of Wizards.one is already build and functioning. Yeah it might have pretty much 0 current players but why is that?

Lets name just a few reasons:

  1. Painfully slow development progress.
  2. Item rarity.
  3. Decrease in value and popularity of items/wizards.
  4. No real fun in wizard fights.
  5. And the list could go on quite a bit.

Anyone who knows me will know I love to use the word “Early Adopter” and that’s exactly what it is, it’s a game in its early stages so let’s treat it like that for just a few moments and compare Wizards.one to something like DayZ (Yeah, I just did that).

Physically you can’t compare the two and I am well aware of that but my intentions come from the fact that back in 2012 – 2013 DayZ became one of the most hyped up games but before we knew it, it slowly started dying and we all know why, slow development progress and tons of bugs and issue. Fast forward a couple of years and the game was finally released as a full version on 13 December 2018 and the peak players chart shows the hype slowly coming back.

Chart Source: https://steamcharts.com/app/221100

Enough of that and back to Wizards.one and the reason I am HOLDing and even tempted to buy up some more cheap wizboxes, the development of Wizards.one is painfully slow and there are loads of issues that need to be resolved before it can be called a working game but with the technology a blockchain can provide especially on EOS, can you for a moment imagine what Wizards.one can become if we could all just for once realize that we don’t need to see 10x or 100x investments over night and instead focus our energy on the positives. We have all been spoiled by the influx of game’s updating and being pushed out at unrealistic speeds on EOS especially but that is not how the real world works. I for one will be HODLing my Wizards for years if need be and will be continuing to support the project for as long as the dev’s need to fix the issues and bring us the game we all want. Plus look at the bright side, with wizboxes being 10 times cheaper now than the price they were when the hype was alive it’s 10 times less the risk now than ever before.

This is not financial advice, this is simply my number 1 reason why I have not given up on Wizards.one and in case I made no sense. It’s simply because personally I feel the game just needs a lot more time to evolve and we should give it that.

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    1. James Diegel

      I’m in the same boat as Martin here – and I too am glad to see this post. I see no reason to get rid of the originals at this point – and this post gave me hope that someday something I almost forgot about may make a comeback 😉

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