Ubisoft's Adding NFTs Into Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Backlash Swiftly Follows

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Despite intense public opposition over their environmental impact and fraud concerns, publishers have continued pushing for controversial NFTs in gaming. Xbox and Valve remain unconvinced, but Ubisoft's announced they'll be venturing into them through Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Utilizing the Ubisoft Quartz NFT platform, the French publishers plans to let players earn and buy in-game items that are "tokenized" on Tezos blockchain. While public dislikes are no longer viewable on YouTube, VGC reports that 95% of users downvoted this trailer.

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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Will Have NFTs, Ubisoft Confirms

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint is the first AAA title to implement NFTs through in-game microtransactions. Quartz's beta releases tomorrow (December 9th), though it'll be initially available for select locations, namely the US, Canada, Brazil, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, and Australia.

Players need to reach Level 5 first before accessing them buy and while Breakpoint is rated 18+ anyway, only adults can create a Tezos wallet. Make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates as it happens.