Supremacy Games, the developer of the NFT racing game Apex Kings NFT racing has announced a new partnership.
The new partnership will see Supremacy Games working with the French automakers Citroën and DS. This new collaboration will see some of the most iconic vehicles from both brands hit the digital racetrack.
By including these new vehicles it will give players a chance to expand their garage. Players can of course hit the track in the new vehicles to race them but also work on collecting these new additions.
Apex Kings car collecting
The Helsinki-based developer and publisher of mobile games believe that the game will offer players an opportunity to find true value in owning real car brands. The game has a focus on ensuring that the cars that are up for collection as NFTs are also backed by real brands.
Their goal is to provide players with the largest collection of cars ever available in any racing game to date. The NFTs will also be equivalent to the number of real cars manufactured. Therefore players with extended knowledge of the automobile world will be able to navigate the market to find bargains and more limited vehicles.
Thanks to the new partnership players will be able to own sought-after vehicles. These include GT by Citroën concept car, Citroën V3 Rally, and DS Pallas Rally Prototype among others. Each of these designs is known for its unique style and performance, making them a lucrative fit for the world of Apex Kings.
In addition to the new vehicles, the Supremacy Games will also be hosting a special giveaway for a limited time. This will offer everyone the chance to claim their very first limited edition Apex Kings Citroën car NFT for free. This serves as an opportunity to get started in the world of Web3 racing.
Supremacy Games CEO, Jari Pauna commented on the new partnership saying. “We are thrilled to partner with Citroën and DS Automobiles to bring their iconic vehicles to Apex Kings NFT Racing. This partnership is a testament to the high-quality and exciting gameplay that our players can expect from the game.”
Car manufacturers have steered into the world of NFTs before such as Renault and its production of 1972 NFTs. Porsche also offered NFTs which came with both real and virtual-world experiences.