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Phil Spencer says some NFT games feel “more exploration than entertainment”

Xbox chief thinks the market is still in beta, but doesn’t want “that kind of content”

Xbox head Phil Spencer has expressed his concerns about current NFT-based game projects that feel “more about discovery than entertainment.”

In an interview with Axios, Spencer said the current situation with NFT in games is a lot of “speculation and experimentation,” and added that exploration games aren’t the type of content he wants on the Xbox store.

“All I want to say today on NFT is that I think there’s a lot of speculation and experimentation going on, and some of the creations I see today are more of a sense of discovery than of entertainment. “, I said.

“I don’t think every NFT game needs to be explored. I just think we’re on the journey of the people who learn it. And I can understand that early on you’ve probably seen a lot of things perhaps. Not something you want in your store.

“I think anything we’ve looked at in our storefront that we say is exploratory is going to be something we want to, you know, take action. We don’t want to. that kind of content.”

Valve blockchain and NFT games are banned on Steam this October, with the following developers publish a petition to request permission to their game on the platform.

Meanwhile, Epic Games said it open to sell blockchain games and NFT. That’s the opinion shared by Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick, who told us earlier this month that he was a “big believer” in the NFT.

We also recently spoke with Zynga president Bernard Kim on this topic, discussing Environmental impact, tax impact of NFTs, and more.

https://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2021-11-17-phil-spencer-says-nft-games-feel-more-exploitive-than-about-entertainment | Phil Spencer says some NFT games feel "more exploration than entertainment"

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