Yesterday the beautiful went Ni no Kuni: Across Worlds Also in the West at first. In addition to the beautiful graphics and well-known Joe Hisaishi voices, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds also had a strong start. In the first eleven days, the trading volume exceeded 100 million US dollars, and that in a few countries. That even overshadowed Pokémon GO and Genshin Impact.
But now publisher Netmarble’s plans are leaking, which will likely upset most fans. in one Blog post Netmarble already presented its plans to integrate its mobile games into the blockchain ecosystem last month. This includes selling NFTs on common IP addresses. In addition to brands like The Seven Deadly Sins, the new Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds will also be affected in the future.
The blog post says:
“As is the case in [Mobile-MMORPG] A3: Still Alive, Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds users will be able to get in-game currency by hunting in a specific area or dungeon and exchanging them for single game tokens and MBX. How will blockchain technology be connected to the diverse content of Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds? We are very curious! “
WL. Ni-no-Kuni fans might be less enthusiastic. The roadmap isn’t finalized yet, but Netmarble clearly has big plans in that regard, and it’s not unique to Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds either. Of course, this is disappointing for fans, especially with Ni no Kuni.