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Ubisoft Launches Web3 Game; Champions Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles

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Ubisoft Launches Web3 Game; Champions Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles

Ubisoft Launches Web3 Game; Champions Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles

  • A new game called Champions Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles was revealed late last week.
  • Ubisoft has revealed that their upcoming game would be built on the Oasys blockchain.

Ubisoft, the creator of Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance, was an early adopter of blockchain technology among major traditional game companies and has persisted in doing so. A new Web3 game from the developer has been revealed.

A new PC game called Champions Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles was revealed late last week, and it promises to be an exciting PvP tactical role-playing game.

The teaser trailer only shows glimpses of the fantasy world, and there are no still images accessible. However, it seems to portray mythical figure forms, suggesting that the design may have been influenced by the aesthetic of classic board games.

Oasys is a blockchain network designed exclusively for the gaming industry, and it has already attracted attention from companies like Square Enix, Sega, and Bandai Namco. Ubisoft has even revealed that their next game, Champions Tactics, would be built on the same platform.

NFT Inclusion

In addition, the game will be accessible on PC through a standalone desktop program, thus it is not a web-based game, and the official website has been promising “free drop at launch” to allow playtime. This suggests that Ubisoft will supply non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for free at launch for use in Champions Tactics, despite the fact that they may need their use in the future.

The rollout of that pilot program, the most publicized implementation of NFTs into a well-known game on the mass market, was also met with substantial customer displeasure. This was back in 2021 when Ubisoft announced the inclusion of NFT-based items.

Speculation on digital assets, NFT fraud, and publishers trying to scam customers out of more money are just a few of the reasons why many participants are suspicious of NFTs.

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