Sega Might Drop NFT Experiments if Perceived by Gamers as a Money Grab – Games Bitcoin News

Sega, the leading video game developer, has announced its new stance when it comes to the play-for-profit model and the inclusion of NFT in its games. At the company’s most recent management meeting, which was held on December 24, Sega CEO Haruki Satomi stated that the company may abandon its current NFT experiments if players view the matter negatively.

Sega CEO reveals company’s ability to ditch NFT plans

Sega CEO, Haruki Satomi, indicated the potential position the company might take regarding NFTs and the play-for-profit movement in the future. At the last Sega management meeting, which took place on December 24, Satomi spoke about this topic, noting that the company may discontinue the experiments it conducted that includes incorporating these new technologies into traditional games.

When Satomi was asked about Sega’s view of playing techniques to make money at the moment, he replied:

We would like to try many trials and have already started many different studies and considerations but nothing has been determined at this point in relation to P2E. There have been many advertisements about this already including abroad but there are users showing negative reactions at this point.

The CEO further stated that Sega will consider abandoning these measures if players see this as a money-making scheme.

Male Metaverse

Satomi also touched on the topic of the metaverse, stating that for him, the metaverse is a place where people gather and societies are generated. However, referring to the current uproar the word has generated, he stated that not every game with metaverse elements makes up the metaverse and that the game industry should focus on creating high-quality games rather than metaverse experiences.

Expanding on these ideas, he said:

We want to make the Super Game as a game that supports global and multi-platform with a network and community. If this game has a competitive element called PvP, it could turn into an esports. Moreover, it can become a Metaverse if it has tens of millions of downloads worldwide and a certain number of active users.

Sega is another gaming company that has started participating in NFTs. company announce It will begin selling NFTs based on its intellectual property in April, with poor reception from the gaming community. Other traditional gaming companies such as Ubisoft and GSC Game World have also received this kind of backlash around activities involving blockchain and related technologies.

What do you think of Sega’s stance on NFTs and the metaverse? Tell us in the comments section below.

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