If you installed Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds on PC (beta) or smartphones, it’s a safe bet that you haven’t seen any reference to this cryptocurrency story within the game. And for good reason: Netmarble Neo only mentions it on the official website of the last. We learn there as well as the currency Stakesthe Territe, can be converted into a crypto-currency, the Territe Token (NKT), which can then be used outside the game: storage, exchange or even resale, the player is free to do what he wants with it.
Territe can be won by playing, so it is possible to grinder badly to collect as much as possible with a view to exchanging them for NKTs and then doing their own little business outside the game. Netmarble Neo also encourages this practice insofar as “ the maximum amount of Territe energy added automatically increased based on your class rank, which increases based on your character level “It is thus specified on the official site of the game. To this news is added the announcement in the 2022 roadmap of the introduction of NFT during the fourth quarter of the year. Without surprise, these discoveries have raised a few hairs on social networks. In short, enough to tarnish the consensual and warm image conveyed by the license Ni No Kuni.
Netmarble achieved real success in Asia with Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds since this generates 9% of the company’s 1.86 billion euros in turnover for the year 2021. As for the West, it is on the side of casino games that we must look for certain of the publisher’s biggest successes thanks to the takeover of the company SpinX (Cash Frenzy, Jackpot World, Lotsa Slot) last year. So that might explain it.
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