Crypto Partnership and NFTs
Square Enix, the developer of the popular Final Fantasy game, recently announced the dates of its upcoming Symbiogenesis NFT auctions. The company shared in a Nov. 24 social media post that the NFTs will be sold in three batches, with the first one taking place from Nov. 27-28, the second from Nov. 30-Dec. 4 and the third from Dec. 2 to Dec. 3.
The Symbiogenesis game is based on Ethereum-based NFTs and the first phase will be open only to “stakeholders”. To participate in the second and third phases, the team ran an “allowlist entry campaign” from Nov. 7 to Nov. 21. Participants had to complete quizzes and a “treasure hunt” in a prototype version of the game to earn NFT “relics” and points towards the second phase. The top 50 scores will be able to acquire NFTs in phase 2, while 40 random participants ranked 51st to 300th will be allowed to bid on items in phase 3.
Square Enix has recently unveiled Symbiogenesis, a “narrative-unlocked NFT entertainment” game, which is to be launched on Dec 21. The company is best known for its Final Fantasy series of games, having sold over 173 million units. On March 31, it launched Final Fantasy NFT trading cards and in April announced its partnership with Web3 infrastructure provider Elixir, though the details remain scarce.
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