Ubisoft Cools Down On NFTs As Well As Blockchain, Claims It's In 'research Study Setting' - Cointelegraph

Ubisoft Cools Down On NFTs As Well As Blockchain, Claims It’s In ‘research Study Setting’ – Cointelegraph

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot seems strolling back several of the business’s interest for NFTs, months after getting solid pushback for its NFT job Quartz.

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Ubisoft cools off on NFTs and blockchain, says it’s in ‘research mode’

Yves Guillemot, the CEO of French video gaming titan Ubisoft, shows up to have actually cooled down the unsupported claims behind the firm’s nonfungible token (NFT) pc gaming job Quartz, keeping in mind in a current meeting that it was simply in “research study setting” worrying Web3 technology combinations.

It’s a fairly various extract from various other Ubisoft officers in the past, consisting of primary economic policeman Frédérick Duguet that in October mentioned that blockchain combinations will certainly make it possible for customers to possess and also make material and also the company intends to “be among the principals below.”

During a Saturday meeting with gamesindustry.biz, Guillemot seems strolling several of those remarks back, stressing that at this phase, Ubisoft is mainly seeking to uncover exactly how NFTs can be put on video games and also whether they will certainly profit players or otherwise.

” We are quite on cloud, on the brand-new generation of voxels, as well as we’re considering all the Web3 abilities. We examined a couple of points just recently that are providing us even more info on exactly how it can be utilized and also what we must carry out in deep space of computer game,” he claimed, including that:

” So we are examining ground with some video games, as well as we’ll see if they actually address the gamers’ demands. We are still in research study setting, I would certainly state.”

Ubisoft introduced its very first venture right into NFTs in December after introducing a beta variation of Ubisoft Quartz, focused on providing players usable NFTs that might be used in video games such as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

The step was met solid pushback from some participants of the NFT-hating player area, with some implicating the company of “mil