The complete collection starts at 22:00 on January 12 around the world The OpenSea market will be auctioned off. Details of all 14 works of art can be found on the official Konami website. Konami calls this series its first development project. "After this series, despite the breakthroughs and blockchain technology during its growth period, Konami will continue to expand and explore developments in this area and listen to player feedback," they said in a statement.
The company said of its plans for the Castlevania video game that it will continue to support current titles and will also provide opportunities to meet and even exceed fan expectations. VGC has previously reported that the company is developing a new large-scale Castlevania game.
Various companies, large and small, including Ubisoft, have in the past sold their digital items at a discount, although most efforts have been severely criticized for a variety of reasons, including devastating environmental impacts. Even Ubisoft's donations do not seem to have been well received at all. Square Enix is another big company that has recently expressed interest in the technology. Square Enix president Yusuke Matsuda pledged in a letter released in the New Year that he would make the blockchain and NFT games part of his lineup in the future. Matsuda's comments were criticized by some in the gaming industry. However, it seems that they have been able to capture the market. His remarks caused Square Enix shares to jump 8 percent earlier this week, the biggest increase in the company's stock in a single day since last August. Matsuda said in his letter that he believes that blockchain games have the potential to promote the development of self-sustaining games by promoting the concept of "earning games".
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