Ubisoft, renowned for blockbuster games like Assassin’s Creed and Prince of Persia, has announced the release of free non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for its gaming community.
As revealed on X (Twitter) through a post by Champions Tactics, Ubisoft’s upcoming PVP Tactical role-playing game, an “allowlist” will be accessible to a random selection of “50 followers who reply to the parent post with #ChampionsTactics.”
Selected participants will gain entry into a dedicated Discord channel and secure priority access to mint NFTs. Subsequently, the NFT collection will be made available to the general public.
Operating on the Ethereum blockchain, these NFTs will function as PFP (profile pictures) and offer early access to mint in-game playable figurines known as Champions.
Comprising 9,999 NFTs, the collection boasts over 170 distinct traits, encompassing armor, weapons, headgear, and more.
Minting the NFTs is cost-free, with buyers only responsible for covering the transaction fee.
This move marks Ubisoft’s ongoing commitment to advancing the Web3 gaming sector, a market anticipated to surpass $133,228 million by 2033, according to projections.
This isn’t Ubisoft’s first foray into the Web3 realm. In May, the company collaborated with Integral Reality Labs (IRL) to introduce an NFT collection featuring characters from the popular Assassin’s Creed series. Concurrently, Ubisoft partnered with Reddit to integrate the cherished Rabbids franchise into the NFT domain.