Final Fantasy Developer Develops Many Blockchain Games – Cryptonium News

Final Fantasy Developer Develops Many Blockchain Games

Japanese video game developer Square Enix has announced that it is developing several plans to implement blockchain soon .

Video game developer Square Enix plans to make more immediate plans for blockchain technology in 2023. The company’s president, Yosuke Matsuda, made the announcement in a New Year’s message. The company sees medium-term value in investing in blockchain, he said. It is unclear what plans the Japanese company has decided to experiment with blockchain technology.

Matsuda said the non-exchange token (NFT) and meta-universe frenzy in 2021 made 2022 a year of “great volatility.” He believes that superior technology could enter the gaming industry, but only if a more monotonous business environment is regulated . The president of Square Enix said the company is still exploring all kinds of options for investing in blockchain at home and abroad. The studio has previously invested in Animoca Brands, The Sandbox, and Ubitus.

In May 2022, Square Enix announced its intention to release personal tokens. With their support, the Japanese studio hopes to form a full crypto community, but the timing remains unclear. That same month, Square Enix sold the rights to the Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, Thief, and Legacy of Kane franchises to focus on blockchain. The purchase price was $300 million. Square Enix said at the time that it would use the money from the franchise sale to invest in blockchain technology, false intelligence, and ambiguous conclusions, but quickly abandoned such intentions once and for all.

Previously, Yosuke Saito, producer of a Japanese video game series called NieR, hopes that some cool blockchain games will soon appear in 2023 and start a meta-universe. He did not reveal which blockchain game he was referring to, but said he hopes for “the birth of a great meta-universe.” All totals cannot be read.

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