Game company Sega will release its first blockchain game
Game company Sega will release its first blockchain game as announced by the company.?It will be based on the Sangokushi Taisen institution, a well-known arcade game in Japan. The project will be run by another gaming company, Twofold Leap Tokyo.
The Sangokushi Taisen establishment includes a series of strategy games having a number of titles that let players use virtual cards in a virtual playing field. The game's design matches the implementation of blockchain components. The game's architecture lends itself well to adding blockchain features like the tokenization of specific in-game assets and the trading functionality of the cards.
The tentative delivery date for the game is yet to be announced. Sega has not provided updates on the status of any projects of a similar nature. Doubling up Tokyo also said that the blockchain part of the game will be run by Oasys, a Japanese gaming project. Oasys is a gaming-optimized proof-of-stake network that connects open layer-1 and secure layer-2 blockchain innovation arrangements to provide players with high-speed, zero-gas expense insight. A blockchain project called Oasys seeks to be scalable enough to handle many participants using its services at once. The company wants to break into the AAA game scene with this and future games.
Square Enix, Bandai Namco, and Ubisoft are among the notable traditional entertainment powerhouses and cryptocurrency companies game developers that Oasys supports as its fundamental validators. They became a validator of the chain and are actively researching the launch of blockchain games using this technology.
Sonic the Hedgehog is SEGA's most well-known game, while Pac-Man and Tekken were developed by Bandai Namco, Square Enix is the company behind the Last Dream institution, and Ubisoft is the company behind infamous games like Professional killer's Belief and Longways.
Other AAA gaming firms have been more transparent by establishing their own NFT markets and incorporating NFT components into games from well-known properties. Square Enix plans to make substantial use of blockchain technology in the future.
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