Blockchain company wants to develop “better” Minecraft

NFTs are often at the center of various discussions in the gaming industry these days. While those in charge of many companies see the future in blockchain technology, the majority of players (yet?) want nothing to do with the subject. There was a clear statement last week from Minecraft creators. The Mojang team prohibited the implementation of NFTs in all areas of their block game.

Of course, this also means that third-party providers, which offer in-game servers among other things, will be affected by these measures. This now also includes NFT Worldswhich previously has NFTs for Minecraft (buy now €21.90) has sold. In detail, seeds for the title could be purchased as non-fungible tokens. This is the code responsible for creating the Minecraft world. In a detailed statement, the operators describe Mojang’s NFT ban as regression.

Own game planned

At least the people in charge of NFT World have an idea how to still get their NFTs for men and women. you want one own game develop that provides Minecraft’s mechanics at its core. A clone is said to have been played don’t stay – Or just so independent that no lawsuits threaten. It is already clear that the title is complete free of charge will be for everyone. In the emotional statement, NFT Worlds commented on the NFT ban and also accused Minecraft and Microsoft of being outdated and unfriendly to players. You can read a few translated excerpts here:

“Microsoft, Mojang and Minecraft have shown that they do not care about creators, builders and players if at any time a new idea or vision conflicts with internal politics or the opinions of the minorities in power; […]”

“We’re making a new game […], which is based on many of Minecraft’s core mechanics, but modernized and actively developed, which has not been the case with Minecraft for years. We don’t rewrite the open source code for a Minecraft clone, which would likely violate the license agreement or lead to lawsuits, we build it from scratch. […]

Minecraft players will find the gameplay look and feel very familiar; the game mechanics, graphics, performance optimization and general improvements will result in a more accessible, ownable and enjoyable gaming experience. The best thing is that we are not at all affected by the rules that Microsoft and Mojang enforce in Minecraft. […]”

“Access to the game will be 100% free and there will never be limits on credit card payments for content. NFT Worlds is built on the principle that all players should have access to earn, buy and own content through in-game mechanics and currency rewards. […]”

“Don’t get us wrong, this is a battle between web2 and web3. It’s a battle between different visions of the future of the Internet: one that prioritizes shareholder ownership and profit margins, and one that prioritizes the innovative spirit of independent creators. […]”

A game like Minecraft, no matter how close it gets to the original, doesn’t evolve overnight. NFT Worlds, meanwhile, recommends sticking with its Minecraft Launcher, saying it now wants to develop features that will attract non-crypto players as development of its take on Minecraft ramps up.

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