Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds Contains Blockchain Integration; NFTs Arriving Quarter 4 2022

Unfortunately, the Netmarble directed Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds for PC and mobile devices has been confirmed to support blockchain technology. The game’s website blatantly provides this information, stating the following:

Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds employs a gameplay-based blockchain system, giving players who enjoy Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds the opportunity to play to earn tokens through gameplay.

Players can acquire two types of tokens in the Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds blockchain system, and our team will do our best to preserve the token values.

Twitter user @SentientMatress recently shared this notable information, alongside the title’s roadmap stating that NFTs will be arriving in Quarter 4 of this year.

You can view the user’s tweet shedding light on this matter below:

Humorously, the title’s first event asks players to leave a positive rating for the app and post a screenshot of said review in the game’s official Discord server.

Thanks to Reddit user u/No_Eggplant9842 for sharing this information.

Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is directed and produced by Netmarble and features animations from Studio Ghibli with music by composer Joe Hisaishi. The story follows the player character who has just arrived in a new virtual reality game called Soul Divers. However, this turns into a grand adventure through an open world that follows the animated film with graphics developed in Unreal 4 Engine.

Players can customize their character with unique equipment and choose from a Swordsman, Witch, Engineer, Rogue, or Destroyer class. Each class has unique skills and abilities that will be used in battle. Further, familiars can be found that add buffs to the part. Players are able to decorate their own farm with various items as they work to rebuild the Nameless Kingdom with online friends.


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