Kusama has finally shared graphics of Shiba Inu’s CCG game.
Shytoshi Kusama, the lead developer of Shiba Inu project, has shared an important update for its upcoming play-to-earn game dubbed SHIB Collectible Card Game (SHIB CCG).
According to the Shiba Inu lead, the developers of the game will be activating the Shiboshi Social Club on a mission for the upcoming SHIB CCG.
Kusama also shared a graphic from the game, which depicts a Shiboshi that was hit by a baseball bat on the head, with an inscription that reads “Bonk!”
The trading card image is a 3D Shiboshi from the game, Kusama revealed.
Kusama Kept to His Words
This comes a week after the lead developer of the memecoin project revealed last week that he will be sharing some graphics from the upcoming CCG game to make them anticipate for more.
“Also I saw some GREAT art from @PlaysideStudios for our Shib CCG. Can’t wait to share. Great work mates,” Kusama said in the tweet.
In his latest tweet, Kusama issued a warning to critics of the Shiba Inu project, saying: “Finally to the fudders: BONK.”
You want an update? We are activating the #Shiboshi Social Club on a secret mission for the Shib Collectible Card Game. See Discord for details. Also, this new Avatar is a 3D Shiboshi from the game. Finally to the fudders: BONK. #shibarmy pic.twitter.com/tTQJNOb6fE
— Shytoshi Kusama™ (@ShytoshiKusama) May 30, 2022
Update Coincides With Ryoshi’s Reappearance
Meanwhile, the update coincides with yesterday’s development, when Shiba Inu’s pseudonymous founder Ryoshi resurfaced after a year and deleted all his tweets and Medium blog posts.
Ryoshi did not stop there as he also changed his Twitter profile picture to a 3D Shiboshi that will be featured in the upcoming game.
Some of the SHIB holders who joined the guessing game following Ryoshi’s appearance suggested that the community should brace for an upcoming update. Interestingly, it did not take up to 24 hours before Kusama shared a graphic from the CCG.
Apparently, SHIB CCG will still be launching in early September 2022 as planned and the community is eager to start playing the much-anticipated play-to-earn game.