More and more developers express their interest in the technical trend NFT and build their own tokens in their games. Most recently it did Ubisoft at Ghost Recon Breakpoint. But what is your opinion on the trend? Tell us.
These are NFTs: The acronym stands for non-fungible tokens, i.e. a non-replaceable digitally protected object. It is based on the blockchain technology, which is also used by cryptocurrencies. By the way the data is stored in blockchains, you can undoubtedly prove the possession rights on a NFT.
Accordingly, the NFTs are used, for example, in digital art trade, are slowly but also their way into the gaming industry.
Advantages of the NFTs:
Items in games are no longer borrowed, but the players are buying the ownership rights The purchased NFTs can be resold to others The purchased NFTs can gain value and become a source of income
Disadvantages of the NFTs:
High power consumption that is harmful to the environment Frequent cases of fraud such as in the case of the NFT monkeys NFTs that were bought for a lot of money can lose great value and become loss for the buyer
A detailed explanation of NFTs in gaming can be found in our article:
Also, Ubisoft has now announced that they will introduce NFTs, in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Players will be able to buy In game items as NFTs. Publishers like EA have also expressed their interest in technology.
And how are Mango reader? What do you think of the NFT trend and spread to gaming? Agrees in our survey.
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So get started: What do you think of NFTs? Do you find the development cool, because then you get right ownership of In game items or is it just an attempt to knock out more money from players? Do you find the technology behind NFTs understandable and meaningful? Or is the neurotic stuff that no one needs?
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