Shiba Inu’s lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, recently shared an update on the upcoming project. The play-to-earn SHIB Collectible Card Game (SHIB CCG) is one of the projects the Shiba Inu team plans to unveil later this year.
According to Kusama, the game developers will be activating the Shiboshi Social Clun on a mission for the upcoming SHIB CCG.
The team lead also uploaded an image from the gaming, depicting a Shiboshi hit by a baseball bat on the head. In addition, he noted that the trading card image is a 3D Shibishi from the game.
This update comes a week after Kusama mentioned that he would be sharing some graphics from the upcoming CCG games to make them anticipate more.
In his tweet, Kusama stated:
“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 addition, Kusama sent a warning to critics of the Shiba Inu project, saying: “Finally to the fudders: BONK.”
Shiba Inu Founder Returns
Surprisingly, the update clashed with yesterday’s development, when Shiba Inu’s pseudonymous founder Ryoshi showed up after a year and cleared all his tweets and Medium blog posts.
Ryoshi also changed his Twitter profile picture to a 3D Shiboshi that will feature in the upcoming game.
A few members of the SHIB community who observed Ryoshi’s reappearance suggested that the community should expect an upcoming update. Interestingly, it did not take long before Kusama shared a graphic from the CCG.
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.