Some giants of the video game industry have promised us that the future will be through NFTs, the public remains more than doubtful. Each game becomes the occasion for more or less harsh takeovers by players who do not fail to express their rejection of technology for the most part. Users are now joined by many developers, starting with Team 17 partners.
The release of Team 17 on NFTs did not go unnoticed. The editor quickly returned to his statements after an icy reception on social networks, no doubt hoping to be forgotten. Unfortunately, that position doesn’t seem to have pleased the company’s partners, who took a stand today to denounce the adoption of NFTs in video games. Some with more virulence than others.
On the Ghost Town Games side, the speech is clear and simple. The teams ensure that neither is the case Overcooked
A story that we find identical on the site of the other studios that have collaborated with Team 17. So SMG (abstract), Navigation device (Greak: Memories of Azur) or even Playtonic (Yooka-Laylee) all reject the concept of NFTs in a nutshell.
An initiative that therefore seems to be common between these different actors who express more or less the same language. But one slightly dissonant voice can still be heard on the networks: that of Aggro Crab. The developer of sink is in fact much more scathing, announcing plans to sever all ties with Team17. In a message on Twitter, he also qualifies as “damn scam” the NFTs and reminds that there is no point in insulting the publisher’s teams.