Montreuil-based French video game manufacturer Ubisoft Entertainment SA announced that the company has launched a blockchain-based platform called Ubisoft Quartz. According to the company, the platform will enhance specific games with playable and energy-efficient non-fungible token (NFT) assets.
Ubisoft Quartz announced
For some time, video game companies have shown strong interest in NFT technology and blockchain-based games. Earlier this year, companies such as Square Enix, Ubisoft and Electronic Arts have been suggesting that they will develop in the direction of NFT. Now Ubisoft has announced that it has launched a platform that will take advantage of Tezos (XTZ) Blockchain to utilize NFT technology.
“Introducing Ubisoft Quartz,” the game company tweeted on Tuesday. “We are bringing the first energy-saving NFT that can be played in AAA games into Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. Starting December 9th, you can try three drops of cosmetics for free in the beta version.”
Ubisoft is well-known for its franchise games such as “Assassin’s Creed”, “Prince of Persia”, Tom Clancy’s series of games, “Mad Bunny Invasion” and “Just Dance”. The Ubisoft Quartz website points out that the platform is “where you can get Digits, the first Ubisoft NFT (non-fungible token), which can be played in high-definition games and depends on[ing] Energy-saving technology. The company added:
Numbers will enable you to accomplish your tasks in a stylish way.
Tezos Native Token soared after Ubisoft’s announcement, Ubisoft’s Digit NFT aims to be unique
The portal displayed some items that can help players compete with NFT items in style, such as the M4A1 tactical rifle, enhanced helmet and enhanced pants, all of which are limited editions.At the same time, after Ubisoft announced the NFT platform and disclosed that the company is cooperating with Tezos, crypto assets XTZ The value has soared in the past 24 hours. At the time of writing, Wednesday, December 8, XTZ The value of the dollar rose by 26%.
The three NFT drops of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon game are free, portal details, but only Ghost Recon Breakpoint Ubisoft Connect PC players can get and use Digits. “Each number has a serial number,” Ubisoft said. “This serial number is displayed on collectibles and in-game items. Each number will also be associated with the player names of all its previous and current owners.” Ubisoft’s NFT platform description also states:
The combination of serial number and ownership history makes each number truly unique.
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