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Peter Molyneux to create business sim with NFTs

Luminary game developer and purveyor of out-of-reach gaming ambitions Peter Molyneux announced his company’s next game 22 Cans, Heritage, which will use blockchain and require players to purchase NFTs in an enterprise simulation game environment.

At this weekend’s event given by Gala game in Las Vegas, Galaverse, Molyneux detailed how crypto gaming influenced the development of Legacy, when he was approached by Gala Games to bring blockchain into the game, which was already in development. It is now an invariable part of the game.

In one blog post on the Gala Games website, Molyneux dives into how blockchain will work in Legacy. The game is a business simulation where you create products from thousands of parts, which are then created by an “army of workers” and can be sold on the open market. Anything and everything is available to trade on this open market, with the goal of leading said market. However, before you begin, you must purchase Land NFT as the basis of your business, and all transactions are based on LegacyCoin, a cryptocurrency on the Etherium blockchain.

Molyneux is not the first game developer to use NFT and won’t be the last. Ubisoft built the entire platform, Quartz, for games and NFTs. However, it is not a popular exodus to blockchain, like Steam forbidden NFT and Xbox Games make it clear they want nothing to do with Model of “exploitation”. Time will tell what the long-term effects the NFT phenomenon will have on gaming.

https://www.vg247.com/peter-molyneux-blockchain-business-sim-nfts Peter Molyneux to create business sim with NFTs

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