Developers announce NFT plans for popular game, get reviews bombed on Steam

Developers announce NFT plans for popular game, get reviews bombed on Steam

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A fairytale fight is a popular free card game on Steam. It has a relatively large and active player base, which enjoys the game a lot. And now almost everyone seems to be upset and reviews are bombarding the game’s side on Steam after the developers behind them A fairytale fight announced plans for integration NFT and blockchain technology into it.

March 22 Good Luck Games, the company behind Storybook Brawl, announced that the studio has acquired FTX US. For those who are not aware, The FTX is a cryptocurrency exchange that began in 2019 in the Bahamas and has since spread around the world. She has also recently invested heavily in creating a gaming division, launch FTX Gaming last year because of it “He sees games as an exciting case of using cryptocurrencies.”

In a announcement from Good Luck Games, the company shared vague plans to incorporate NFT technology and blockchain into A fairytale fight. According to the studio, he also promises to ensure that integration is “ethical” and makes the game “better for players”, while ensuring that “entertainment comes first”. (Hm, vAgue promises and non-specific plans are always part of these NFT / blockchain announcements. Strange!)

Image showing FTX and game logos.

Screenshot: Good luck game / FTX

If you paid attention to the news of the NFT at Kotaku and other sites over the last 12 or so months, you can probably guess what happened next. (I mean, that’s what the headline reveals …)

Players responded to the message with almost universal negativity. Over on the game page on Steam, you can see a huge increase in recent negative reviews. As a result, the game now has a “Mostly Negative” review status.

As he noticed Eurogamer, reportedly one of the developers mentioned on the Discord game server that he was also looking at non-cosmetic options for the NFT. Which made the community even more angry.

Kotaku contacted Good Luck Games about its NFT plans.

This is not the first time we have seen this song and dance played. In the last year or so we’ve seen some examples of gaming companies announcing NFT plans atimmediately receives resistance from players and other game developers.

Many see technology as a huge scam full of scammers and fraudsters who want to make money fast before the bubble bursts.. There are also problems with how to blockchain technology, it can lead to more e-waste and also accelerate global warming, waste electricity, and make it harder for people to find and purchase specific computer parts, such as GPUs.