Activision Blizzard asks user survey about NFTs and Crypto

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Blizzard asked for NFTs in a poll, ‘How interested are you in the next emerging/future trends in gaming?’ asks user OTadaka in this graphic. NFTs and ‘Play to Earn’ titles are among the alternatives.

A recent 15-minute YouGov (a British market research and data analytics firm) survey from Activision Blizzard was sent to some of the users. In the survey, it asks about their IPs, merchandise, NFTs, and ‘Play to Earn’ games, among other things.

What are the Activision Blizzard gamers react?

According to Twitter user @OTadaka, “I said very disinterested to them”. Activision Blizzard users are not interested or want to adopt NFT’s or Play-to-Earn.

Activision is not the only company dipping its toe into NFTs, of course. Just last week, Sega producer Masayoshi Kikuchi said: “It is a natural extension for the future of gaming that it will expand to involve new areas such as cloud gaming and NFT.” Other companies interested in NFTs include Square Enix, Konami, Zynga, Com2us and Ubisoft.

Not all companies share the same view, however. Platinum Games – the studio behind the likes of Bayonetta, Nier: Automata, and Babylon’s Fall – has shared its own perspective on the issue, calling the spread of the controversial tech “frustrating”, given it offers “no positive impact on the creators or the users in any sense”.

These are one of the hottest topics of the last period of time in gaming industry and many gaming companies are moving towards the next big shift in the game monetization. Major Game Companies such as Zynga, Ubisoft, Com2us and many others already launched or plan to offer NFT items and Play-to-Earn games.

Tell us, What do you think about NFT’s and Play-to-earn?

Game users say no at the moment, but NFTs are not going away.