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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Sepharo wrote on Dec 9, 2021, 20:15:
Kxmode wrote on Dec 8, 2021, 20:13:
The Flying Penguin wrote on Dec 8, 2021, 10:09:
Penny Arcade responded quickly with their take: https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2021/12/08/digits
Technically we don't own the product. We hold a license to use the product. That's one of the reasons why Steam and other digital platforms don't allow the digital trading of games. The consumer lost a lot once we traded physicality for digital convenience. I don't care either way. I'm just glad I don't have a closet full of game boxes.
Software licensing, as opposed to ownership, existed as the norm long before you could download software rather than buy a disc at a physical store.
I know this. However, software licensing was never truly enforceable before it became digital, hence the ability of people to trade software, games, and entertainment media at will. Digital gave publishers and producers the power to enforce license as ownership. Some have taken licensing a step further with subscriptions. While I like the subscription model for business software (Adobe, Avid) and even entertainment (Netflix, D+, Hulu), I am not a fan of the subscription model for video games.
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