New horror shooter removes NFT feature to fan

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Darkness of Chernobyl (primarily called just for a short stalker) is a video game from the Ukrainian developer GSC Game World, which plays in the blocking area around the nuclear reactor Chernobyl. The history of the 1986 activator catastrophe takes its progress in the game by a recuperated occasion; a renewed surge as well as the facility of an obstructing zone in which abnormalities arise.
The game belongs to the genre of the ego shooter, yet likewise has role-playing elements. It was introduced in 2001, however just in March 2007 — as one of the master-waiting titles of the game background. The Tale is motivated by the Roman Outing at the Rand of Arcade and also Boris Strugazki, which was recorded in 1979 under the title Stalker of Andrei Murkowski.

In mid-August 2010, GSC Game World revealed, 2012 an extension under the name S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 to be published. The advancements were stopped in April 2012 and also have been returning to since 2018. The set-up publication day for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2: Heart of Chernobyl is the 28th of April 2022.

A horror shooter announced for 2022 should actually include NFTs, but the gamer’s protest was too strong: the developers of the Next-Gen game for Xbox have now made a retractor and will remove all NFTs.

Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl is expected to continue the popular horror shooter franchise in April 2022 on the Xbox Series X | S and the PC. Developer Studio GSC Game World had planned to miss the Sequel a brand-new feature: Gamer should be able to acquire in the game NFTs and can use them in the new Stalker Met averse. After a fierce protest storm, the developers now make a 180-degree turn — all NFTs are removed from the shooter.

Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl — Rethink with new feature

Only at the beginning of the week GSC Game World had announced that NFTs should be integrated into Stalker 2. In this way, players could have secured the right to a so-called Metahuman — in practice this would have been an individualized character model that would have been integrated in the game. The resistance from the community, however, was so strong that the developers ragged only a short time later on Twitter and took NFTs completely out of the game. (Source: Reddit)

In the Tweet GSC Game World announced the new decision and founded this step with feedback from the community.

After Ubisoft Quartz: NFTs continue for turmoil

NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are primarily designated possession certificates of digital content that are sold and sold with cryptocurrency and stored in blockchains. The feature has received more and more attention from publishers in the gaming industry in recent weeks, while the community is spreading, on the other hand, it is a new evolutionary level of microtransactions.

Only recently Ubisoft had to plug in a wave of negative feedback when the publisher presented the first NFT program in his games with Ubisoft Quartz. In Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, three limited, cosmetic content is now sold as NFTs.

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The developers of Stalker 2: Heart of Chernobyl wanted to implement NFTs in the new horror shooter. In the community, this caused a cry and in the episode, the studio promised to ban all NFTs from the game.

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