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The vice president of Ubisoft’s Strategic Innovations Lab, Nicolas Pouard, recently responded to the negative feedback that gamers expressed after the gaming company introduced the concept of Quartz and Digits. In an interview with Finder, he said:


He then clarifies that both Quartz and Digits are a “matter of personal choice,” meaning players won’t be forced to use the two features. However, there was one thing that Pouard said that struck a nerve with the gamers who read the interview. In his explanation, Pouard said that he thinks “gamers don’t get what a digital secondary market can bring to them.”

The thought that the fans or players may not understand the benefits, for now, wasn’t taken well by gamers on Twitter. We’ve compiled some of the reactions below:

Many users said they understood completely, but they merely weren’t interested in what NFTs had to offer. Meanwhile, others believe that Quarts and Digits will only benefit the company and not the players. In line with this, there have been discussions around the concept of true ownership of storylines and characters, not just cosmetics and weapons.

If gamers are regular contributors to a gaming ecosystem, could it mean that they can also claim ownership over the actual games themselves?

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