Unlike most video game developers who decided to announce a venture into the jpeg-filled world of NFTs, Square Enix just doubled down on it. In his New Year’s letter, President Yosuke Matsuda wrote about his interest in blockchain and how it will contribute to the company’s future. Despite the backlash, Square maintained its position, We sell action figure NFT. Available at the Square Enix Store for up to $129.99.
But that’s not all. Today it was announced that Square Enix has officially partnered with a cryptocurrency company called Oasys as its first node validator.
“As part of this initiative, Square Enix and Oasis will explore the possibility of leveraging user contributions for development and new game development on Oasis’ blockchain. press releaseThis is Matsuda’s “play to contribute”. Basically, Square likes the idea of multiple creators contributing to the game and getting paid for it.he probably ignored a great many facts NFT games are more than just scamsNot only that, but it also looks like it was made by a real boring monkey.
Yosuke Saito, Director of Square Enix Blockchain Entertainment Division, said: “Our shared passion for Web3 games makes this an exciting partnership and we look forward to gaining insights that can drive the creation of entirely new play experiences for gamers around the world.”
If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Yosuke Saito worked as a producer on Nier Games. Considering how good these games are, it would be pretty sad if he had to keep killing 9S because 2B found out that NFTs can actually be copy-pasted.
Hey, at least it’s not as bad as the guy who suggested it People in developing countries can play NPCs in blockchain games. Of course, they do so by routinely walking around and selling goods, as opposed to the developed nations who play the main characters.