Call of Duty: NFT will soon be available in license?

When it comes to separating players, Activision achieves it relatively easily. Between bugs coming in Call of Duty Vanguard or Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, the continued presence of fraudsters or the possible arrival of paid subscriptions, the firm is looking to integrate NFTs.

NFTs in Call of Duty?

A very sensitive topic of recent weeks, Activision doesn’t want to stop anything. According to leakers who responded to RalphsValve’s name on Twitter, the studio giant would strongly consider integrating NFT into the FPS franchise.

According to his April 4 tweet, Infinity Ward (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare), will offer the possibility to personalize his Activision account. For this, the studio will consider the integration of several elements that will therefore be personalized such as business cards, symbols, avatars, statistics and the famous NFTs.

At the time of this writing, these are just rumours, but according to the leaker, activism will strongly consider this, Still, it’s worth remembering that it’s risky, especially when we remember the backlash from EA when the studio announced it was tempted by the idea. In addition, Ubisoft did not hesitate to introduce this system, especially with the creation of Ubisoft Quartz, such as square Enix,

About this battle royale newsWe are currently at the center of Season 2 of Warzone and Vanguard. Over the past few days, our little reborn island island has really welcomed a number of big new features through its map redesign. As a result, many mysteries are to be discovered, including, among other things, magnetic cards, yellow bunkers, but also mythical weapons and a mysterious Easter egg to be completed.

Starting March 23, Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific players are able to discover all the new features employed by Raven Software. The latter is mainly related to Reincarnation Island and Reincarnation Reinforced Vent, and speaking of the latter, an easter egg has been discovered…

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