Square-Enix is ​​still all in on its NFT game Symbiogenesis

Square-Enix has made no secret of its excitement at throwing good money after bad at the stake in NFT and crypto games, with its highlighted foray being symbiogenesis, which readers will remember, was announced last November. This game has now officially launched its website, and the whole thing reads as deaf as the company’s former president did.

The section that contains details symbiogenesis talks about its 10,000-character NFTs, its game mechanics that involve finding items hidden on a floating continent, and the various benefits of holding NFTs such as earning points, member ranks, and completing story goals. Peppered with some eyebrow-raising statements and design choices throughout, like the game calling itself “narratively unlocked NFT entertainment,” confirming that only three players are allowed to see the game’s final mission, and an attempted rotation of the player swapping mechanic as an investigation the fundamental differences between Web2 and Web3.

“Can web2 and web3 live together in symbiosis? Or will the two approaches inevitably be contradictory? What interesting aspects can this decentralized approach bring? By playing through symbiogenesis, maybe this answer will reach you,” the website reads. We’re willing to gamble on what the answer might be given the remarks on the game’s trailer.


https://massivelyop.com/2023/03/20/square-enix-is-still-all-in-on-its-nft-game-symbiogenesis/ Square-Enix is ​​still all in on its NFT game Symbiogenesis

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