The new NFT games world is broadening by innovating new games and introducing new elements, but does this include a Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds NFT?
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is another addition to the blockchain gaming ecosystem, which is already attracting a lot of attention from crypto enthusiasts and gamers alike.
So, while certainly different from several of the best NFT games we've seen, let's take a look at Ni no Kuni: Cross World's crypto elements.
Does Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds Include NFTs?
Despite the backlash from many players, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds does not actually include any NFTs at launch.
The idea of Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds NFTs seems to have come about after Netmarble and Level Five confirmed the new game would feature blockchain elements. With traditional games starting to add NFTs, this was naturally how some players interpreted the initial announcement.
A Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds NFT collection is coming in Q4 2022, according to its roadmap.
However, this isn't to say it doesn't include anything to do with cryptocurrency earlier than Q4. Instead, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds has two of its own unique tokens.
Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Cryptocurrency
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds will eventually feature two new cryptocurrency tokens: the Territe Token (NKT) and Asterite Token (NKA). One billion NKT and one billion NKA tokens will be issued, according to its site.
Both tokens have the exact same description. Hosted on the MARBLEX platform, users can exchange in-game currency from Ni no Kuni for these utility tokens. The tokens can then be traded outside of the game ecosystem via the MARBLEX wallet.
The difference comes in how these are attained. Territe is earned simply by playing the game. This can be through hunting monsters in Chaos Fields, through Familiar Adventure, or through daily challenges.
Asterite comes from the competitive 3v3 battles in the Lava Valley team arena.
Of the 1 billion tokens, 67% will go towards in-game reward exchanges. 20% will go to marketing and a further 0% to operations. The remaining 3% goes to an MBX deposit.