> Fitz wrote:
>> No expert but I believe Ubisoft started doing this on Ghost Recon Breakpoint,
>> microtransactions on the blockchain in theory if you buy say a gun camo you will
>> now own that across different games (probably by same publisher) and could even
>> it. Similar to the steam store with camos/knives from cs go.
> People have been using sites like eBay or others to sell in-game items in MMOs for
> decades. The only difference is that goes against the TOS on those games, but is
> encouraged with NFT games.
> As far as using something across different games, that could also easily be done
> without NFTs. Old PC games let you transfer your characters from one game to the
> next in a series. Metal Gear Solid famously read from your memory card to talk about
> other Konami games you had played. Other games give you in game bonuses for having
> save files from related games on your system. The tech to do this has again existed
> for decades, just is not used very often.
Yeah not saying it hasn't existed in some form or another just seems like this is the push these companies are making.
In an ideal world it would be nice to own your digital items, like your digital games and be able to sell them like your physical media but I doubt we ever get to that.