NFT-powered F1 racing game tragically closes store

One of the first official NFT games, F1 Delta Time, shut down last month. This sent a tremor among the players who played and invested in this game. Many players are now wondering if they should have invested their time and resources in another Formula 1 game.

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In today’s world, the video game community is growing every day. This is Formula One. And how can we forget the hype around digital cryptocurrency? So F1 Delta Time was the result if you added up all those worlds.

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Video game company Animoca came up with this unique game in 2019. This game is based on Ethereum and players could use in-game currency to trade and buy rare items and cars which also had real value. For example, a jewel-encrusted car in the game had an actual value of around $100,000.

The game has become a huge hit with fans and people interested in cryptocurrencies. Many players have even invested a large amount of real money in this game. However, all the time and resources invested in this game no longer mean anything. The game lost its official license with Formula 1, leading to its closure. All of these coins in the game no longer have any value. The developers apologized for this and compensated these players with alternative game tokens for their other crypto-based games.

Other F1 Games to Enjoy

F1 Delta Time is not the only game fans and players can enjoy. But there are many other Formula 1 based games for fans.

One of the most famous games has to be Electronic Art’s F1 series. The latest game in this series is F1 2021, where fans can not only join their favorite Formula 1 team to compete against others, but also form their own F1 team. Moreover, this game also has a multiplayer mode, which allows players to play against other players. The game is extremely popular in esports. There is also a mobile version for fans to enjoy on their cell phones.

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But if EA’s F1 series is too big and fans have little time for simulation experience, then fans can try The official Formula 1 fantasy game. Here, fans can create their own team using the in-game currency of $100 million. Players then compete against friends or other players to win their own Leagues or Global Leagues. Also, the game’s scoring system depends on real-life race results.

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So those who are sad about not being able to play F1 Delta Time can go to these games instead. Let’s see if F1 Delta Time ending attracts players to other F1 based games or not.

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