The Far Cry and Just Dance series creators are moving into NFT with the wildly popular Assassin’s Creed brand. Ubisoft has been the most prolific video game publisher on the Web3 in recent years.
Integral Reality Labs and Ubisoft have joined forces to create Assassin’s Creed Smart collectibles. Additionally, they include real-world goods that were inspired by the game as well as NFT access cards that were created on the Ethereum scaling network Polygon.
A translucent 3D-printed cube with a character figure inside and a “Digital Soul” nonfungible token (NFT), which serves as ownership documentation, make up the collectibles, which will be released on May 16.
The owner can pick from a selection of outfits, weapons, and positions before the collection is created and dispersed. More choices for customizing the relevant tangible things are available for different tiers of NFTs.
The degree or rarity that a person purchases determine the range of customizing options.
The bundle includes a “unique limited edition” Digital Soul NFT in addition to 1,500 tokens that offer exclusive benefits and experiences.
The items’ NFC chips enable wireless data transfer between nearby devices. In addition to having access to additional features and functionality associated with the project, owners of the project may view a digital depiction of the figure via a companion app.
Together, Integral Reality Labs and Ubisoft have distributed 3D-printed artifacts with and without a digital tie-in based on titles like Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six, and For Honour in the past. According to Ubisoft, the Assassin’s Creed video game franchise has sold more than 200 million copies worldwide since its release in 2007.
In addition to hosting the sale of the “Pieces of Eden Pass” NFTs, the platform will soon offer a marketplace for trading Assassin’s Creed collectibles.