The Shiba Inu Team Is Getting Excited About Their New Collectible Card Game

The official Shiba Inu Twitter account has hinted at the impending release of a collectable card game that it feels has the potential to be the most difficult of its kind.

The highly-anticipated video game project, which has been given the name “Shiba Eternity,” is scheduled to become accessible to gamers all around the globe on October 6.

According to an article published by U.Today, the company’s “Download Day” was originally scheduled to take place on October 1, but it was ultimately moved to a later date.

The video game will have a total of ten thousand Shiboshi heroes, five hundred collectable cards, eighty-seven different card qualities, and other elements.

Before it was made available to the general public, the much-anticipated video game was put through its paces in Vietnam and Australia.

Shytoshi Kusama, the lead creator of Shiba Inu, recently disclosed that roughly half of all earnings produced from the game will be donated to support a variety of community-focused initiatives that employ the Shibarium scaling solution. This information was just made public. In addition, 5% of revenues would be allocated toward the destruction of SHIB tokens, which would result in an increase in the popular meme coin’s degree of scarcity.

According to research published by U.Today, the token’s burn rate saw a significant spike prior to the introduction of the game.

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