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For game publishers Ubisoft Added non-fungible tokens in the form of Virtual helmet with numbers written on it In their title Ghost Recon Breakpoint, The backlash from their fan base was intense. Many players put a 2 liter Diet Mountain Dew and started hitting the iMac keyboard with their Doritos® nachos-stained fingers in protest, and more than 31,000 “dislikes” on YouTube’s announcement before the company was delisted. Added.
Ubisoft explained in the announcement of the latest and final update to the game that he had heard the voices of fans who dislike NFTs. They don’t care. Ubisoft will continue We are planning to add NFT artwork It can be used for in-game purchases for future games under development.
Ubisoft Strategic Innovation Lab VPNicolas Pouard Explained in an interview with finder The real problem is that “it’s not an easy concept to understand” and that NFTs to the game will ultimately benefit the player. And if there’s one thing gamers hate, Woman reporting about the gameIt is said to be too stupid to understand that they grab cash when they see it.
Whatever the long-term benefits players may see by owning tokens to graphics that can only be enjoyed while playing a video game, the real benefit lies in the developer’s bottom line. They are premium and allow companies to invest minimal money and effort in virtual accessories that cannot significantly enhance gameplay.
NFTs and cryptocurrencies are currently controversial topics in the gaming world, with digital distributor Steam. Recently banned cryptocurrency games and NFTs From their storefront and the developers of popular horror titles Dead By Daylight Faced with fan resistance and ridicule after releasing them Master of the Horror NFT Collection..