Ubisoft's NFT (Non-Exchange Rate) Platform, Ubisoft Quartz, made a lot of noise when it was introduced earlier this month and received mixed reactions. Mostly negative and bad.
Some time ago, Ubisoft announced that Tom Clancy Ghost Rican Breakpoint would be the company's first beta NFT game. This possibility has been done for playing Ghost Rican Breakpoint in a limited number of countries. Now that less than a month has passed since its introduction, how successful has Ubisoft been in blockchain?
This was first seen by Liz Edwards, the chief character designer for Apex Legends. At the moment, Ubisoft seems to be selling just about 15 unpaid NFTs in total between the two markets it uses - Objikt and Rarible.
He tweeted: " What has been the performance of Ghost Rican NFTs? I looked at two third-party markets whose links appeared on the Quartz site, and the total sales were 15? Did not have any sales on one of these sites yesterday? Did I get that right?
Based on my approximate math, a total of 445.49 theses Sold, which is the equivalent of $ 17,555.30 in real terms (based on the exchange rate at the time of writing). "Did I get this right?" Liz Edwards concludes in her tweet. Has Ubisoft succeeded in creating a special NFT that even NFT fans do not want? "Because it's very, very funny."
Of course, it should be noted that Ubisoft initially donated most of its NFTs, which reduces sales. However, their NFT testing does not seem to have started well. In addition, Quartz is designed so that only those who play Ubisoft games can buy NFT, making it less attractive to anyone looking to make quick money.
NFTs have been so heavily criticized in the industry that the game development studio Stalker 2 recently Canceled its NFT content after a strong negative reaction from fans. Even Ubisoft employees are disappointed with Ubisoft Quartz.
Source: EurogamerTags: ubisoft, sold, only, nfts, date