Ubisoft, the company behind the world famous Assassin’s Creed series, is going to launch a blockchain game. will be single Role playing game (RPG) and will be available on PC. The game will use the Oasys (OAS) blockchain.
Ubisoft is going to the blockchain
The new Web3 game is hot Heroes Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles. Ubisoft describes the game as tactical player vs player (PvP) RPG. Ubisoft has not yet released any gameplay or screenshots of the game. Well, there is one teaser trailer The game, the official description is as follows:
Build a team of legendary victors, engage in exciting tactical battles against other players, and discover the legends of the dark and mystical world of Grimoria.
The game will be the first Ubisoft game to use Oasys, a gaming-focused blockchain. Other major game studios have also expressed interest in Oasys. For example, Doublejump.Tokyo announced last fall that it wanted to launch a game using the blockchain.
The official Champions Tactics website suggests that the game will be free-to-play at launch. Nothing is known about the game’s exact release date, but Ubisoft reports that the game will launch “soon”.
Games are embracing blockchain
With Ubisoft’s upcoming Web3 game, the company is joining the ranks of major game studios that dare to make a step into Web3 territory. Earlier this year, in March, the South Korean company Nexon announced that it would use Polygon Network (MATIC) in its latest game.
For some time now, more and more big gaming companies have announced that they are making a move towards blockchain technology, but so far we have not seen any really big games adopting this. It remains to be seen if Ubisoft’s new game will be a success. The mega-publisher hasn’t attached a big name to it yet.
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