Ubisoft’s Recently Launched In-game NFTs Fails to Impress

Ubisoft's Recently Launched In-game NFTs Fails to Impress
  •  It is estimated that Ubisoft has made a tidy amount of just $396.43.
  •  Opinions varied on whether Ubisoft’s idea would be eco-friendly.

Ubisoft’s sales have slumped since it controversially announced it would start using NFTs in its games by the term Digits. It is estimated that Ubisoft has made a tidy amount of just $396.43. With the debut of its Tezos-based Quartz platform, Ubisoft became the first conventional gaming major to use in-game NFTs, although the publisher received a substantial reaction from fans.

When the limited-edition digital products initially appeared in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint earlier this month, many fans dubbed them worthless or cynical trend chasers. Opinions varied on whether Ubisoft’s idea would be eco-friendly, despite the fact that it uses Tezos, an alternative to Ethereum’s main NFT platform.

Rise of Gaming NFT’s

The worldwide video game business is anticipated to rise by 50% to $268.8 billion by 2025. As the industry continues to grow, video game creators are more interested in blockchain gaming to expand their users’ opportunities. Blockchain gaming with NFTs unlocks unprecedented possibilities for gamers and developers to own, trade, and own assets.

It’s too early to say anything much about Ubisoft Quartz / Digits / NFT. Ubisoft Digits are currently only available in certain areas on Ubisoft Connect for Windows PC. There will be more free Digits accessible in early 2022, so paying for them isn’t the sole option. To participate, consumers must play Ubisoft’s games, which could take a very long time to unlock. After backlash, Ubisoft said gaming NFTs will undergo a significant transformation that will take time.

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