According to research, most game developers start adding blockchain to their games – Bitcoin News
According to a study published this week, most game developers in the United States and the United Kingdom now use blockchain elements in their games. This research commissioned by a company called Stratis shows that the popularity of blockchain, NFT and new game earning models in the crypto market is prompting game developers to change traditional game production methods, with the purpose of attracting new Players and enter new markets.
Blockchain and NFT become the mainstream of video game development
The trend of including blockchain elements and NFTs in video games will continue.According to a study Released This week, commissioned by the blockchain platform Stratis and a research company called Opinium, 58% of the 197 developers surveyed in the United States and the United Kingdom began to use blockchain elements in their games. In addition, according to the same study, 48% of these developers are adding NFTs to their games.
This proves how the use of these elements can increase the connection between players and their digital world, which is slowly penetrating into mainstream gaming companies. Some of the largest gaming companies, such as EA, Believe These new technologies are part of the future of the gaming industry. The survey seems to confirm this trend, with more than 70% of respondents saying that they would consider using these technologies in new games, and 56% of respondents plan to do so in the next 12 months.
The reason is obvious. Innovation and ensuring the value of gamers are the top two more popular use cases that respondents consider to use these blockchain elements in the gaming industry. The game earning element, that is, rewarding players with real value, is followed by the third most popular use case.
AAA studios are interested, but independent studios have come
Chris Trew, CEO of Stratis, a company that provides SDKs to include blockchain elements in game engines, said:
As well-known platforms such as Epic welcome blockchain-based games and NFTs, we certainly hope that AAA studios will launch games using these technologies in the next few years. But many independent game developers will get there first.
Although big companies like Square Enix, Ubisoft, And Electronic Arts has been flirting with blockchain and NFT, and several independent (independent) studios have successfully accepted and included these elements.This is the case Axis infinity, A game created by Sky Mavis that made the play-to-win mode popular last year and also contains NFT elements to support its economy.
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