Classical MOBA on Blockchain – Thetan Arena – Is Being Released This Saturday

Thetan Arena has become a highly anticipated game, particularly because it’s a pioneer of the blockchain MOBA genre. Of course, the game looks more like a mobile game than visually similar to traditional MOBAs such as League of Legends, or Dota 2. However, the list of supported platforms does include a PC version in addition to being available on Android and iOS. 

Thetan Arena is officially being released on the 27th of November, at 12 p.m. UTC. The preview page of the game for iPhone and iPad is already available in the Apple Store, while pre-registration  for the other platforms has been opened. The available game modes include battle royale, team deathmatch, and tower defense. NFT heroes, which are the game’s playable characters, are available for purchase on the official in-game marketplace

In future updates, the developers have promised to implement a guild system, personal pets, staking, quests, and tournaments, according to the roadmap on their official website. 

On The Flipside

  • At the time of writing, the cheapest hero on the marketplace costs $105, which is approximately as much as 1.5x more than an AAA game on the PS5 or Xbox Series X, which are typically priced at $70. Thetan Arena has thus become a game with a high entry point just to play the game before even being out. This is typically a feature of most blockchain games though. 

Find out more about MOBAs on blockchain here:

What If League of Legends Were on Blockchain or Even Had Crypto?


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    Nazar Kuzmyn

    Nazar is editor and gaming journalist at DailyCoin. As a gamer with experience, he writes about blockchain gaming gimmicks and peculiarities, conducts interviews at gaming conferences, and creates content focused on the point where traditional gaming meets crypto gaming in DailyCoin’s "Imaginarium" section. His work usually covers topics such as: "What would happen if the most popular games implemented blockchain?" Nazar started his career in media in 2017 at a small local TV-radio station. Later, he obtained a master's degree in Journalism and Media Industries, worked for several blogs, and then landed in the crypto world.