Ubisoft confirms that it will continue betting on NFTs in more games

Ubisoft confirms that it will continue betting on NFTs in more games

Despite the controversy they generate among users and the criticism received in the past, now Ubisoft has confirmed that it will continue betting on NFTs in more of his games. In case you don’t know the term, NFTs or non-fungible tokens are digital assets that have been accused of having a strong environmental impact and having a high speculative component, with all the risks that this implies for the consumer. the french company Ubisoft recently released its own NFT platform and inaugurated it with the game Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which confirmed just a few hours ago that it will not receive any more content updates.

As reported by the GamesIndustry portal, Ubisoft wanted to thank all users who have purchased Ghost Recon Breakpoint NFTs for their support. He has done it with these words: “you own a part of the game and you have left a mark on its history”, they commented while announcing the end of the non-fungible tokens of this action and tactics game. However, the journey of NFTs is far from coming to an end for Ubisoft, as they have also made it known that we must be “on the lookout for more updates with features for the platform and future arrivals in other games”.

Ubisoft maintains that fans criticize their NFTs because they have not understood them

Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Rainbow Six, etc. There are many Ubisoft licenses that could be the next to enter the swampy world of NFTs. A world to which various companies and personalities in the video game industry have already entered and, shortly after, have been forced to give reverse by user reviews. Ubisoft, however, does not seem to care about these criticisms. In fact, the person in charge of the company’s NFT section pointed out a few weeks ago that those who criticize them do so because they don’t understand what they are doing.

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