Ubisoft could be with scrap Ghost Recon: Stopping point support moving forward, but that does not mean that his criticized NFT initiative is dying with her. The French publisher confirmed at Gamesindustry.biz that NFTs will still be part of future games. The full statement reads as follows: “Stay tuned for more updates with the features of the platform and future falls to come with other games. »
As for the NFT sold for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, they will continue to be maintained with the game servers. “You have a piece of the game and have left your mark in its history,” said a spokesman for Ubisoft. What success for all participants. Ubisoft’s NFT is called Digita and, in the case of Breakpoint, have taken the form of helmets, armor and weapon skins wearing unique serial numbers. This made the item exclusive to the buyer, with his Ubisoft Connect user name stored in his metadata.
They did not particularly well sold on the market, but it does not seem to have deterred Ubisoft from giving them another chance in future titles. Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Watch Dogs: Be on the lookout.