Ubisoft Unveils NFTs

Shortly after revealing plans to explore the role blockchain technology can play in games, Ubisoft unveils Ubisoft Quartz, a place to acquire Ubisoft NFTs called Digits. To start, digits are only available for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint players, and the first three are being handed out for free. Here's an accompanying Announce Trailer and here's the overview:
Ubisoft Quartz is a new experience for our players, built upon our vision of creating an ever-greater connection between you and the game worlds you love.

It aims at offering you more autonomy and agency when interacting with the in-game items that help you craft your own story.

This is the place where you can acquire Digits, the first Ubisoft NFTs (non-fungible tokens), playable in a HD game and relying on an energy-efficient technology.
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MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Dec 7, 2021, 21:48:
Horse Armor, 2022 version? With some Steam Marketplace skimming for Ubisoft on top?

None of this seems like it's beneficial to customers at all.

Horse armor DLC can't be resold by the end user, nor is it artificially scarce and thus potentially much more valuable. I also like that they're limiting them to one per account, but on the other hand, they do seem intent on putting a bunch of restrictions on each player's "eligibility." Which according to the FAQ determines whether you can acquire a particular NFT directly from Ubisoft, as well as whether or not you're able to buy, sell, or trade it. I.e. the weapon skin only requires you reach level 5 in-game, but the pants require 100 hours total playtime and the helmet 600 hours...
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