Gala Games, a video game company specialized in the field of cryptocurrencies, has announced a partnership with Peter Molyneux’s independent studio, 22cans, to create a business simulation video game in which a coin will intervene blockchain original call LegacyCoin. The project, what we used to know as Legacy, is transformed to embrace this emerging and controversial business model that is gradually establishing itself in the video game sector; like the non-fungible tokens (NFT).
Legacy was unveiled in 2019. The new video game from the author of Fable and Black & White independently was conceived as a title of materials management and craft creations; but its materialization was surrounded by obstacles and lack of concreteness. After two long years of silence, that title will finally be a video game focused on cryptocurrencies and NFTs.
The idea of Gala Games is to create a simulation title in which to create our own business, place it in a territory bought with real money that we will transform into this cryptocurrency, LegacyCoin, an exclusive cryptocurrency of the security that may increase or lose value depending on different parameters.
Legacy will open its doors in 2022; platforms to be confirmed
In the official Gala Games statement, Legacy is described as “a creative entrepreneur’s dream come true, an opportunity for players to build their own business, designing their own products from a huge range of possibilities while creating a business empire as has never been seen in the world ”, only in a kind of metaverso, since all these creations do not correspond to the real world, but to a virtual, fictitious one, in which the free market prevails when setting prices and conducting economic transactions without the intermediation of regulatory agents. “Owning a Land NFT allows you to start your own blockchain business association at Legacy,” they subscribe.
Legacy is scheduled to premiere sometime in 2022, but it does not have a specific date; Nor are gaming platforms, although presumably it will be on PC, for lack of knowing if Epic Games and Steam accept its distribution. For example, the latter has positioned itself against video games with NFT.
Source | Gala Games