As the first update of Season 12 of League of Legends, version 12.1 will welcome gamers with 2 costumes Gnar God of the Woods, Rek’sai God of the Woods and hopefully Ekko the Flame Leader in Arcane will continue to be given away for free for a while. next time.
League of Legends Riot Games released Gnar and Rek’Sai Forest and Ekko skins for the first 12.1 of Season 12
Recently, Ubisoft is famous as a game company that always seeks to maintain a fixed development path instead of entering “new lands”. With new releases of stable series and updates rolling out one after another, the studio doesn’t have much reason to innovate, though this orientation doesn’t always give Ubisoft the best image.
Despite having built a steady community and a solid revenue stream, Ubisoft’s games come with a variety of criticisms. And soon, the game developer from France seems to be testing something new, which is gradually becoming a trend in the current video game market, which will certainly create a lot of ideas. even more contradictory.
Specifically, Ubisoft is starting to get interested in investing in NFT, which is seen as a bold new digital frontier for merchandise and art. Despite being criticized as harmful to the environment and not worth the investment, even large distribution units like GameStop are starting to enter the NFT field.
For its part, Ubisoft intends to create NFT items that can be used in its games, encrypted into a blockchain called Ubisoft Quartz, with each item carrying its own individual number, thus Each player’s item piece will always be unique. The first set of items that Ubisoft introduced are pieces of equipment that can be used in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, and players can get them completely free from December 9 when Ubisoft Quartz launches, with a “small” caveat.
One NFT is a rifle skin for a level 5 gun, another is a pants that requires about 100 hours of playtime in Breakpoint, and the last NFT is a hat that requires around 600 hours of gameplay. Those are pretty big claims, especially since Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is n’t really a hit game.
Although not revealed in Breakpoint ‘s development roadmap , there are certainly more NFT item shards to be released, and players will have to pay a fee to own them. It seems that Ubisoft wants to make sure these are only for “hardcore fans” of the company. Anyway, only time can help us know if this option of Ubisoft is attractive enough for gamers to invest.
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