After Shiba project lead Shytoshi Kusama announced testing was now live in Vietnam, Vietnamese Shiba Inu users have started sharing gameplay footage of the game.
Shiba Eternity gameplay
First uploaded on the Shiba Inu Discord by one member called ShibaiTea.eth, footage of Shiba Eternity is now available.
Shiba Eternity battles look to take place in an arena called the ‘Dogjo’, heavily leaning on the dojo elements in its presentation. Two Shiba Inus stand on podiums in the corner, while cards are placed in the middle. From the footage, it appears that each player starts with five cards.
However, other arenas look to be available, including one set on a beach.
Meanwhile, one of the in-game currencies for Shiba Eternity appears to be called Kibble. Players earn bothy XP and Kibble for completing quests.
It also seems players can ‘burn’ cards to earn additional in-game currency.
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Shiba Eternity App Store listing
With the game now live in Vietnam, the Shiba Eternity App Store listing is also available.
This listing shows there are "hundreds of cards and thousands of Shiboshis to collect". Meanwhille, players will be able to “train with fierce Dogjo masters”, and battle friends, alongside customising their Shiba Inu character - or Shiboshi - with items of different rarities.
The Dogjo masters in question include:
As for the Shiboshis, it seems these are directly based on existing Shiboshi NFT designs, with players already recognising elements of their own NFTs in-game.
The App Store listing also reveals how much the in-app purchases will cost. One card park looks to cost 109.000đ - roughly $4.66, while a Rare Pack will cost 1.799.000đ - around $76.90.