One of the unique things about Fallen Earth is that it’s a game with no microtransactions. It uses user-generated content, but every player has access to everything without paying extra. This means development can be financed entirely by in-game tradeable assets and not through traditional funding methods such as subscriptions or paid downloadable content. Recently some members of the team have been considering using NFTs for this purpose.
Fallen Earth is a game that has been in development for over 2 years. The developers have contemplated using NFTs to fund the development of the game.
The winner of Massively OP’s Biggest MMO Surprise of 2021 has another surprise in its sleeve, and it’s not a nice one. Little Orbit CEO Matt Scott asked the Fallen Earth community on Twitter this week if they would be willing to purchase NFTs from the game to help support future development.
“Fallen Earth gamers are asking me how they can help us and enhance the game,” Scott stated. “Real question: would anybody be interested in one-of-a-kind NFTs based on Fallen Earth characters?” Perhaps fully rigged 3D models? But just as a means of funding the next great development wave?”
We’re delighted to report that the bulk of the comments were negative, ranging from “no!” to “HELL no!” “Don’t do this,” one gamer wrote, tapping into the emotion. Fallen Earth is a valuable IP for Little Orbit, and ruining it before the Unity version is released would be disastrous. There are awful ideas and Jar-Jar Binks-level ideas, and this is Jar-Jar Binks-level stupid.”
“The reaction is genuine — and for good cause if publishers start changing fantastic games and attempting to shoehorn in NFTs to the gameplay,” Scott said in response to similar comments regarding the contentious link between NFTs and gaming. However, NFTs as a Kickstarter alternative seemed to be a viable option.”
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Fallen Earth, a game by Gamigo, is considering using NFTs to fund development. This would allow them to release the game on Steam and GOG with no charge. The company has also released an FAQ that answers some questions about the topic. Reference: fallen earth steam.
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