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Ubisoft has invested in a mobile NFT-version of Tamagotchi about dogs

Ubisoft took the NFT trend seriously and decided not to limit itself to its own projects. The French studio has become an investor in the mobile game Dogami, investing $ 6 million in partnership with Animoca Brands and The Sandbox. The novelty is expected to allow gamers to earn local cryptocurrency.

In Dogami, users have to take care of a virtual pet - formally, the game will become an analogue of a Tamagotchi, but with elements of augmented reality and NFT. The newfangled technology will be implemented with the DOGA currency, which can be earned by earning achievements. Later, the tokens can be spent on cosmetic items, tickets to local events and other activities, or sold on the marketplace.

The launch of Dogami will take place in several stages. In the first quarter of 2022, the authors will conduct the first sale of NFT and open access to the DOGA token. A beta version of the game with the ability to earn currency is expected in the spring, as well as the first collaboration, the details of which have not yet been disclosed. By the third quarter, the mobile port is expected to be released and the launch of Petaverse - a metaverse with pets.

As a reminder, Ubisoft recently launched its Quartz NFT platform. The company also added unique cosmetic items to Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which failed to sell . Although most gamers reacted negatively to the studio's initiative, the French developers do not plan to close the project .


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