The horror game Poppy Playtime was published on October 12, 2021, on Steam. Due to the general scary factor of dolls, a fun gameplay gimmick and the oppressive atmosphere, the game became the hit under horror fans within a very short time. Poppy Playtime currently has about 9,000 user ratings on Steam, of which 91 percent positive.
Developer of Poppy Playtime Add NFTs
This number was even higher until recently, but the developers of the game have probably decided to integrate NFTs into their game. Steam ban in October this year all NFT content in games on the platform, so it is not known to how the Poppy Playtime developers could ever insert NFTs.
Players are visibly not pleased with this decision, because Poppy Playtime recently received some negative reviews, which call the new NFTs as the reason. Also on Twitter users call to miss the title a negative evaluation and — if possible — return the game to Steam.
In total, the developers MOB Games published six NFTs for 14.99 dollars each. Each NFT grants an exclusive video and is probably part of a larger puzzle. Players who acquire all six NFTs receive access to a seventh NFT and thus the chance to solve the puzzle and learn more about the overarching history of Poppy Playtime.
Poppy Playtime itself costs 3.99 euros at Steam and includes the first chapter of the game. Users understandably are not too enthusiastic about having to spend potentially $90 to learn more about the history of the pretty short game so far.
It can not be ruled out that Poppy Playtime is locked on Steam, as Valve is explicitly against the use of NFTs as mentioned above.
We have already reported in a separate article about the potential future of NFTs in video games.
From Daniel Link
06.12.2021 at 18:03