Microsoft’s Mojang Studios revealed on Wednesday that it will soon ban the use of NFTs on community-run Minecraft game servers and doesn’t plan on using them in near future. But the Epic Games Store doesn’t plan on following in the footsteps of the popular game as per the new comments from the company’s CEO.
Yesterday, a Twitter user suggested Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney to follow Minecraft’s lead. The user tagged the CEO in the tweet and mentioned that it will be really nice to see the same opinion from the Epic Games Store.
Here is the tweet from the user and response from Tim Sweeney,
The Epic Games Store is a PC and Mac marketplace that claimed around 194 million users at the end of 2021. Since then, Gala Games has informed plans to launch its upcoming NFT-powered online shooter Grit through the storefront, along with future games, while Mythical Games reveals plans for its online create-and-play game Blankos Block Party to the Epic games platform as well.
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Epic Games is a much more extensive force than just its storefront. Regardless, it’s also the firm behind the sensation hit game Fortnite and other titles. In addition, it is also the maker of the Unreal Engine creation software that is widely utilized across the gaming and other entertainment industries.
The firm also has substantial metaverse ambitions and recently raised $2 billion at a $31.5 billion valuation with plans to build the metaverse affirms it. However, Epic Games has so far not used cryptocurrency or blockchain networks within its own games and tools, despite letting other developers launch their NFT-focused games on its own marketplace.
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