Final Fantasy 

is debuting NFT collectibles

Final Fantasy creator, Square Enix announced a partnership with Enjin to debut digital collectibles to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII.

The collection will feature tokenized NFT cards linked to Efinity, a Polkadot-based cross-chain network, and will only be available for those who buy the physical items.

Square Enix previously announced they will be investing in innovative technologies, and the Final Fantasy NFT collectibles seem to be the first step into the blockchain world.

According to the source, the digital collectibles will be released in 2023 with a six-card physical pack, each for $4.

Efinity Network is a blockchain built for NFTs, supported by Enjin. It works as a parachain in the Polkadot’s ecosystem, which is widely known for being environment-friendly.

As of now, the game creator launched a pre-order for an action figure, which has a redeemable code attached to the physical figure that would give access to the NFT version of the action figure on Efinity Network.

Enjin is trying to make an effort in making carbon-neutral NFTs and for that Polkadot seems to be the perfect blockchain network to fit the criteria.

On other hand, the gaming community is still skeptical about adopting NFTs, blockchain, or crypto reward systems in games. Many game developer companies have withdrawn from their NFT projects due to severe backlash from gamers.

Will Final Fantasy digital collectibles be successful in changing the narrative of the gamer community?