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‘Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds’ has launched globally with a crypto twist

After a successful launch in East Asia in 2021, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is now available worldwide on PC and mobile devices. Unfortunately for some Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds fans, developer NetMarble has decided to integrate crypto and blockchain connectivity in the game. Later in 2022, NetMarble plans to add NFT capability to the game.

Statement on the game’s official website mentions: Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds employs a gameplay-based blockchain system, giving players who enjoy Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds the opportunity to play to earn tokens through gameplay. 

Territe and Asterite are the Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds crypto coins. Territe is gained during normal gameplay, whereas Asterite is earned through arena PvP. These coins can also be utilised to advance your character. They can be exchanged for crypto tokens (NKT and NKA) on Marblex, NetMarble’s blockchain. The items can then be traded or sold to other players or third parties. They can also trade for MBX, a cryptocurrency that is only available through NetMarble. 

Earlier this year in April, NetMarble indicated that blockchain and crypto integration will be used for more games other than Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds. Blockchain and MBX trading are already available in games like A3: Still Alive and others. These activities include the creation, sale and trading of NFT assets and other related items. 

As more organisations hop on the cryptocurrency bandwagon, NFT, blockchain, and cryptocurrency functionalities have become hot topics in the gaming industry. Meanwhile, attempts to cash in on the play-to-earn trend and NFT sales have generally been met with disinterest, if not open hatred, by audiences who aren’t already fans of cryptocurrency. Big companies like Ubisoft, Square Enix, and Bandai Namco have expressed interest in integrating blockchain technology, albeit most of their efforts are still in the works.

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