Ubisoft’s Game-Changer: Champion Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles on Oasys Blockchain | Explore the Future of Web 3 Gaming and NFTs
Ubisoft recently made a surprising announcement, revealing its first web 3 game, titled Champion Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles. This groundbreaking game is set to be launched on the Oasys blockchain platform. Oasys, a game-based platform, was established in February 2022 and has received substantial support from prominent companies including Bandai Namco, Sega, Ubisoft, and Square Enix, cementing its reputation as a highly respected platform.
Champion Tactics: Grimoria Chronicles is a highly anticipated PvP Tactical RPG currently in development for the PC platform. A newly released trailer provides an exciting glimpse into the game’s features and captivating gameplay experience.
Ubisoft’s latest venture into the web 3 sector represents a continuation of their efforts in this domain. This move follows previous initiatives, such as the NFT Platform Quartz, which faced challenges and received a tepid response during the testing phase. Ubisoft’s management has acknowledged that player adoption fell short of their initial expectations. Additionally, the company faced controversy regarding their decision to offer exclusive Ghost Recon Breakpoint NFTs to game developers without adequate compensation.
Despite encountering setbacks and internal resistance to Ubisoft Quartz, Yves Guillemot, the CEO of Ubisoft, expressed in September that the company remains committed to exploring the potential of Web3 capabilities. The ability of Ubisoft to overcome the challenges encountered in this field is yet to be determined, given their recent undertaking.
Square Enix, a prominent participant in Oasys, stands out with its Symbiogenesis project, offering a unique virtual adventure experience. As part of their 25th-anniversary commemoration, the company successfully concluded the sale of multiple non-fungible tokens (NFTs), demonstrating their unwavering dedication to venturing into new frontiers within the gaming and NFT realms.
SEGA, a renowned gaming company, has recently filed trademark applications for projects such as Sega Classics and Sega National. Furthermore, the company has expressed a keen interest in exploring the realm of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and gaming as a means to gain valuable insights. However, they are carefully monitoring the community’s feedback to assess the effectiveness of different strategies and identify user preferences.