This is the hottest topic of recent months in the world of video games. The NFTs have been challenged by many sectors, but several companies have already opted for it. Ubisoft Quartz is the clearest platform yet, while an industry legend like Atari showcased its own formula through lootboxes.
One of the proposals that has aroused the most suspicion is that of Konami holding an auction of NFTs from the Castlevania saga for its 35th anniversary. The Japanese company managed to reach the figure of $160,000 raised and now Konami has returned to refer to this market:
“We will continue to sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in an effort to preserve content that has been enjoyed by our customers as commemorative art.”
The expression is collected in Konami’s latest financial statement, in which it clarifies its intentions and goals for the future. Far from straying from this path, the company reaffirmed its intention to continue. For its part, Team17 decided to withdraw its project from Worms NFT after criticism directed by the development studios.
Whereas, Ubisoft reported that the public still does not understand NFTs, but they are really beneficial to users. nintendofor his part, has shown interest in Metaverse, but isn’t yet clear on his purpose.