Thursday, May 26

Fail: Ubisoft hides its video from NFTs; already has more than 22,000 dislikes | Levelup

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Yesterday Ubisoft announced Ubisoft Quartz, a project with which they will add NFTs to Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, one of the worst games in recent years. This announcement displeased the community and they demonstrated it by dislike. This seems to have made someone inside Ubisoft uncomfortable, since they hid the video.

What happens is that, as reported, the Ubisoft Quartz ad video has 23,477 interactions, of which 1018 are likes and 22,429 are dislikes. This means that more than 95% of the people who have interacted with the video have left a negative reaction.

On the other hand, the video has 142,157 views on Ubisoft’s official YouTube channel. This means that less than 1% of the people who have seen it have decided to leave a positive impression. Something that makes it clear that the community is upset with this announcement.

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It is striking that the Ubisoft Quartz video is hidden and can only be accessed who have the link. It is unknown when Ubisoft made the decision to hide it, but makes it clear that the company wanted to minimize the impact of this announcement as much as possible.

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The community has also left negative comments

It is worth mentioning that we should not stay with this amount of dislikes to see that the community did not receive the announcement in a good way. We say this since looking at the comments it is very clear that this is an announcement that only made the community see Ubisoft as a group of greedy executives.

“Ubisoft decided it wasn’t enough to constantly release buggy games, unfinished disasters, mechanics stuck in 2012, and microtransactions from a dystopian nightmare version of 20XX. Now they have decided to actively kill the planet with the worst energy-consuming technology of all time. NFTs chew on electricity to check their serial numbers with countless servers while providing absolutely no real benefit to anyone.

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If you weren’t already boycotting Ubisoft because, you know, their games are bad. Now is the time to put your finger on it and vote with your wallet. To hell with this, ”said one YouTube user.

And you, what do you think about it? Do you think the community reacted appropriately to this announcement? Tell us in the comments.

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