Krafton, the creator of PUBG, collaborating with Solana for Blockchain and NFT Games

The top video game publishers are testing with Web3 gaming, utilizing NFT assets and token ecosystems in the process.

Krafton, formerly known as Bluehole and known for having developed PUBG: Battlegrounds, announced a partnership with public blockchain platform Solana on last Wednesday to support the development and promotion of NFT games and services.

The game publisher Krafton, Inc. obtain official rights to develop blockchain games on Solana blockchain as part of the agreement.

Metaverse Aura in PUBG

These games are expected to have a metaverse-like environment, as they will include digital avatars as well as related to cryptocurrency services and prizes.

The agreement might result Krafton’s games integrating into the Solana blockchain, enabling users to purchase in-game assets using cryptocurrencies such as SOL, as well as NFTs.

PUBG is outstanding battle royale game available on a variety of platforms. PUBG mobile for Android and IOS version surpassed 1 billion downloads, while 75 million copies have been sold on PC and consoles.

PUBG claimed to have around 700,000 concurrent active users in early this year. Only game that is more popular in the battle royale genre is Fortnite by Epic Games.