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Japanese video game giant Square Enix has partnered with NFT company Enjin to drop Final Fantasy NFTs on the cross-chain blockchain network Efinity. The drop celebrates the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy 7.
The collection of digital cards is tied to the purchases from the physical collection, which will launch in the near future. Action figures are already available for pre-order and will include a code to redeem the digital version of the figure.
Enjin is an NFT ecosystem platform that assists creators and businesses with creating Web3 economies and is committed to creating carbon-neutral NFTs. By partnering with the NFT company, Square Enix will expand its digital collectible offering and move closer to advanced technology.
“This partnership marks a coming-of-age phase for digital assets and entertainment. Square Enix, an esteemed developer with iconic intellectual property, is paving the way for the industry. By using Efinity, fans can experience interactive NFTs without even realizing they’re on the blockchain. Enjin can establish the next phase of growth in blockchain entertainment, merging curiosity and creativity,” said the CTO of Enjin, Witek Radomski.
Earlier this week, Bitcoin gaming platform Zebedee announced it had raised $35 million. One of the investors in the company was Square Enix. The gaming company has also established a strategy to expand and grow in the Metaverse.
The gaming world was recently struck by a viral news announcement from Minecraft and Mojang Studios. The video game developer informed players that the video game is saying a strict “no” to NFTs. However, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney shared a different approach toward NFTs and blockchain technology. In his opinion, each gaming project should decide if they want to implement NFTs or not.
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