Axie Infinity May See a Player Increase in Feb. Here’s Why

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  1. Axie Infinity is on a consistent player decline since early January.
  2. Players may return to Axie Infinity due to AXS’ continuous price pump.
  3. Axie Infinity announced multiple developments from December 2022 to January 2023.

NFT game Axie Infinity has been on a consistent player decline since early 2022. In January 2022, the game recorded its highest amount of players, which was around 2.8 million. 12 months later, there are barely 400,000 players still seen in the game. 

This might change in February, though.

Yesterday, Axie Infinity posted its achievements from December 2022 to January 2023, detailing its many updates and events.

The thread encompassed quality-of-life improvements, events, tournaments, game upgrades, partnerships, and more. Some of the highlights include Axie Infinity’s creator Sky Mavis getting the green signal to offer the game to Google Play Malaysia. If this trial becomes successful, Axie Infinity might be offered to Google Play Store for all.

However, the chief reason why Axie Infinity may increase its players in February has more to do with the price increase of its native token AXS. specifically, AXS has been enjoying a 60% gain since the start of the year. Given that the second season of Axie Infinity Origins has kicked off, not to mention newly-approved tournaments in new venues.

Furthermore, Axie Infinity is slowly becoming a Web3 ecosystem in itself, as Sky Mavis has been working with various teams to host their games on Ronin. However, there isn’t much to show for those games yet in terms of user base.

Interestingly, Ronin, a blockchain forked from Ethereum, is pumping more in price than Smooth Love Potion (SLP), the token generated from playing Axie Infinity. In the past, SLP was the main driver for Axie Infinity’s growth.

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