Anito Legends Now Available on Four Platforms


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The Filipino-developed play-and-earn NFT game Anito Legends announced its closed beta signups a few months ago and is now available on four platforms – PC, Mac, Android, and iOS.

Anito Legends Android
Anito Legends on Android

Many gadgets and platforms are being utilized now so having the closed beta available to play on a large number of devices and a variety of platforms became one of the top priorities for the Anito Legends team. This also gives players a chance to provide more targeted feedback to the development team

 “We are very excited to share the Anito Legends experience with the community, no matter what platform they are gaming on. With the beta version accessible across these platforms, we are hoping to keep growing our database of over 1,200+ testers.”

 James Chua, Chief Executive Officer 

Anito Legends iOS
Anito Legends on iOS

 “Being able to get direct feedback from our Anito Legends beta testers and community is incredibly valuable, especially now that we are fine-tuning most of the game’s features before the full launch.”

 Erick Garayblas Chief Operations Officer  

Moreover, the game is heavily inspired by Philippine folklore and mythology. This auto-battler game requires players to build and gear up a team of three Anitos. With single and multiplayer modes available, completing runs will reward players with in-game currency, weapons and armor, as well as crafting materials.

Anito Legends’ play-and-earn aspect consists of utilizing the two tokens which are $LARO and $GINTO. The former will be used to purchase Anitos in the upcoming marketplaces as well as premium items while the latter is earned in-game which can be used to summon more Anitos or used to craft premium gear.

The play-and-earn game is looking to launch fully in June 2022. To know more, click here.

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