Epic Games will take a different direction from Microsoft, which decided to ban NFT integration on Minecraft.
The whole thing started from the Tweet showing Microsoft’s decision to ban NFTs on Minecraft. After that, a user called Joe wanted to see the same opinion from Epic. Oh well, oh well!.
Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, has a different opinion about NFT integration which you can see above in his tweet!
“Developers should be free to decide how to build their games, and you are free to decide whether to play them.”
This statement has indeed relieved many play-to-earn fans, especially those looking to build “Blockchain Integrated Games” after Microsoft announced they are banning NFTs.
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