Ubisoft has announced its first blockchain project, Ubisoft Quartz.
The new Ubisoft Quartz platform will allow players to buy or sell Digits – the first NFT (Non-Fungible Token) used only in AAA games and powered by energy-efficient technologies. Essentially, Digits tokens will be certificates of in-game items like vehicles, weapons or equipment.
Ubisoft Quartz is a new experience for our players, based on our vision of creating an ever closer connection between you and your favorite gaming worlds, Ubisoft said in a press release today. – Our platform aims to offer you more autonomy and autonomy when interacting with in-game items that will help you create your own story. This is the place where you can buy Digits, the first NFTs used in HD gaming and powered by energy-efficient technology.
NFT is a type of cryptographic token, each instance of which is unique and cannot be exchanged or replaced with another similar token. All in-game NFTs will have the original serial number and retain the history of the previous owners. Digits, it will be possible to freely buy or sell at prices agreed between players, while, according to representatives of Ubisoft, a “natural supply / demand economy” will form around the tokens.
On December 9, the first beta testing of the Ubisoft Quartz platform will begin, which will only work in the game Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint on PC, in regions such as USA, Canada, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Australia and Brazil. Ghost Recon Breakpoint Free Digits Airdrop will take place on December 9th, 12th and 15th, 2023.
According to a press release from Ubisoft Quartz, this is the first step towards the studio’s previously announced four-year blockchain project and the company’s ambition to create its own metaverse. No Digits-enabled games have been announced yet, but given the size of Ubisoft’s library, it might be just a matter of time.
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