An industry survey shows how much game developers are not interested in NFTS

NFT did one of the newspapers lately and were a source of controversy. Whether used for art or used for video games, the public has a dispersed opinion about it. But what we have not heard about lately, that’s what the game industry thinks, especially in the face of some companies that decide to move forward with or against (whether in an auction or not).

It turns out that game developers have a lack of extreme interest in NFT and crypto money. According to the Game Developers Conference, 70% of the developers stated that they themselves and their studios are not interested in using NFT. And 72% of those who responded to the survey also stated that they and their studios are also not interested in cryptocurrencies, which are often used for NFT purchases.

However, 28% of game developers stated that their studios were, at least somewhat interested in cryptocurrency and NFT. But only one percent at this stage of writing uses one or the other currently in the Games, which, given the reaction of the public, is not surprising. With the amount of energy used by NFTs and cryptocurrency, there are larger carbon emissions that occur because of this – not to mention, there is the side of the artists who are flying their work for that others take advantage of it.

However, it is interesting to note that in other parts of the report, only about 17% of the game developers admit to having taken part in the so-called large metaverses project, which is supposed to be the next big stage of the Internet and introduce the Virtual reality as a common point – and may also be blockchain games. It’s not a surprise because, from what we hear, it could be the next major territory war between companies. This could be used instead for gathering to form an internet space.

So, if we are lucky, we can be immune to see NFT and cryptocurrency invade the games we chose to play.

Good. At least most of them.

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