VanEck-backed NFT card game Parallel coming soon to Epic Games Store

Parallel, a science fiction trading card game with support for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), is coming to Epic Games Store following its latest $35 million funding.

The developers of Parallel announced on the project’s X account on Apr. 3 that the NFT card game will be added to the lineup of video games available on the Epic Games Store (EGS) marketplace. Although a specific timeline wasn’t provided, the developers mentioned that the integration would enable players to download the game directly from the EGS platform, adding that players can already wishlist the game.

Parallel is Coming to Epic Games Store!
Soon you’ll be able to download Parallel directly from @EpicGames.

Wishlist Parallel now!https://t.co/FhTtdZH0pC pic.twitter.com/BhO4YbLxLX

— Parallel (@ParallelTCG) April 3, 2024

The listing comes shortly after Parallel secured $35 million from a pool of investors, including Distributed Global, The Operating Group, VanEck, Solana Ventures, Base Ecosystem Fund, and Amber among others. Thus far, the sci-fi NFT card game about a “strategic battle for control of Earth” raised $85 million from Paradigm and others.

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Since its launch in 2021, Parallel has remained in open beta, offering players the opportunity to collect, trade, and engage with unique in-game assets represented as non-fungible tokens. The game’s narrative revolves around a fantasy storyline depicting humanity’s endeavor to escape into space following a global energy crisis.

For Epic Games, Parallel marks another addition to its lineup of crypto-related games on its marketplace. For instance, in February, a Call of Duty-styled blockchain-based video game, named Shrapnel, also entered early access on EGS.

In December 2023, Epic Games Store clarified its stance on blockchain-based video games, stating that it would not prohibit them on its platform, even after they were previously labeled as “Adults Only” by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), a self-regulatory organization responsible for assigning age and content ratings to consumer video games in North America.

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