Square Enix Doubles Down on NFT Plans
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April 18, 2022

Square Enix is still interested in blockchain projects, especially those focused on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), the company's president Yosuke Matsuda told Yahoo Japan. In an interview, Matsuda reassured that the Tokyo-based company still plans to bring NFTs into future games.

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Matsuda particularly stressed that in the future, the company would like to try its hand at "providing autonomous game content." He added that until now, in most games, the company provided the content as a "finished product and the players played that content."

"However, there are a certain number of players in the world who want to contribute to making games more interesting, by creating new settings and ways of playing," Matsuda added.

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The Square Enix head also hinted that the company might even provide incentives "to those who contribute to development by utilizing technologies such as blockchain." He noted that there is a possibility that "innovative and interesting content" for future games can be created from the ideas of users.

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