The authors of Blasphemous along with those of Overcooked had publicly disassociated themselves from their publisher’s project.
The storm generated around Team 17 after the announcement of its entry into the NFT market with the presentation of the early designs based on Worms it lasted a day before the company backtracked on its plans. The announcement of Team 17 already started trying to cushion a foreseeable blow against the public, linking the project to a campaign to invest in worm beds intended to decompose organic matter. An environmentally friendly approach that has failed to placate gamers and developers.
Several studies associated with Team 17 had shown their rejection of NFTsThe NFT Campaign has caused quite a stir among players, leading them to charge against some of the independent studios that Team 17 has worked with. Ghost Town Games, authors of Overcooked have been very clear in expressing their non-fungible tokens market disagreement and disassociating himself from his publisher. They have also been against this movement Playtonic Gamescreators of Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair.
Team 17 ends its MetaWorms NFT projectthe spanish studio The Game Kitchenparents of Blasphemous, have also come to the fore to express your rejection with these productseven guaranteeing that they would never use NFT in their games, in addition to denouncing that they, as well as the rest of the studios under the umbrella of Team 17, were receiving unfair accusations after being “involuntarily associated with these practices.
Under such pressure, Team 17 has decided to end the project which he had named MetaWorms NFT. The company has confessed to being aware of the concerns they have generated, “taking a step back”. Just a few days ago, Joel’s voice in The Last of Us, Troy Bakeralso decided to end his blockchain project in partnership with VoiceVerseNFT, where he linked his voice to digital assets.
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