Shiba Inu (SHIB) consultant drops hint about incoming games development
Shiba Inu lead games consultant William Volk on Twitter shared an image of Shiba Inu dogs on LEASH. He wrote alongside the tweet, “It must be a sign” while tagging SHIB and Shiba Eternity.
It must be a sign #SHIB #ShibaEternity pic.twitter.com/eEpEKQ104l
— william_volk (@william_volk) April 15, 2023
In February, PlayStation stirred attention as it shared the teaser of an upcoming puzzle game, although unrelated to the Shiba Inu project, and called on gamers to “play as a Shiba Inu.”
The Shiba Inus depicted in the image shared by Volk seemed to be in a playful moment. The comments in response to the tweet might provide a hint as to what Volk inferred. A Twitter user commented, “Great things going,” while adding the lookout emoji.
Although further details have yet to emerge at press time as to what Volk meant, the Shiba Inu community continues to keep their fingers crossed on potential developments in the games sector.
In October 2022, Shiba Eternity, a free-to-play collectible card game developed by PlaySide Studios under the guidance of William Volk and the creative direction of Shiba Inu lead Shytoshi Kusama launched worldwide for iOS and Android users.
Shiba Eternity is based on Shiboshis; a special race of Shiba Inu dogs that have developed technology, art and warfare of their own. There are over 500 unique cards to collect and 10,000 different Shiboshi heroes.
Shytoshi Kusama said in a Shibarium blog post this year that the goal for Shiba Eternity was to produce a quality game that could be leveraged and licensed to the greater Shiboshi community and made into a Shibarium version that rewards players. He noted that this goal remained on track while teasing a blockchain release.
After Shiba Eternity Lore was released in November last year, Kusama stated that his focus had now shifted to launching the blockchain version.