Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry is getting into blockchain gaming.
Ubisoft, one of the most innovative and leading game developers, in a recent announcement, has stated that its most famous games, like Assassin's Creed and Far Cry, is getting into blockchain gaming. Also, the company has recently participated in a funding round for Animoca Brands, an Australian gaming company that was incorporated in 2014 by Yat Siu and David Kim.
Ubisoft has stated that it is confident that the future of blockchain technology is bright, and it will take the gaming space to new heights in terms of gameplay and content. The company has also said that it will support blockchain technology, as it aims to bring in innovation and player empowerment.
The French gaming company will also find brand new solutions to blockchain technology's current limitations and aim to improve listing sustainability and scalability in the gaming sector. Ubisoft's interest in blockchain gaming is exceptional and extends beyond other gaming brands. According to the latest reports, Ubisoft plans to develop its own blockchain titles in order to to-earn strategies into its current offerings.