Japanese recreation writer Sega is considering combining NFTs and cloud amplification in his new ‘Super Game’ project. The advice was once given during an interview on the company’s Japanese recruiting site.
According to Sega manufacturer Masayoshi Kikuchi, one of these transfers could be inevitable. In his personal sentences, “It is a natural extension for the future of gaming that it will expand to include new areas such as cloud gaming and NFTs.”
Sega ‘Super Game’ Project: What You Want to Understand
During Sega’s annual financial presentation for 2021, the company defined its plans to create a ‘Super Game’ project. The project is a 5-year initiative that can host a lot of AAA cross-platform titles. According to Sega’s Executive Vice President Shuji Utsumi, there are a number of titles in the works for the ‘Super Game’ project recently. In reality, the company plans to inject as much as $800 million in funding into the project.
Reactions from conventional enthusiast gamers
It’s not surprising that the scoop got reactions from anti-Crypto enthusiast gamers. Twitter consumer @DynamoSuperX replied in a tweet: “THE BETRAY. WHY SEGA?”. In addition, some Sega enthusiasts questioned the will for NFT integration within the Super Game, as video games can already be played on multiple consoles.
Since gaming NFTs were seen as corporate greed, the scoop didn’t sit well with longtime Sega aficionados. In reality, again in February, Sega had to dangle its plans for P2E NFT video games due to fan backlash.
Nevertheless, in January of this year, Sega registered an indicator for the “Sega NFT” period. Given the pace of build, it’s only a matter of time for the corporate initiatives, just as the Super Game neatly incorporates NFTs. However, Sega is not alone in its challenge in Web 3. It is rumored that Activision Blizzard may also include NFTs in Call of Duty video games.