Web3 games dont need to highlight blockchain elements to succeed
- Blockchain-based games want to go mainstream, but the million-dollar question is: What’s the best way to do it?According to some web3 game developers, there might not be just one right answer.To win Web 2.0 audiences over, it appears the industry will have to meet them where they are.
- I think that’s fair because it’s such a small fraction of the market and has a long way to go before it can even make a dent in the industry.“NFTs mean nothing to gaming; some people don’t care about ownership,” said Douzinas.
- To do that, web3 game devs should move web3 components to the back end and avoid promoting games as being based on web3, according to Sumeet Patel, founder of NFT-based algorithmic prediction game Exiled Racers.That makes sense to me.
- When using applications, people don’t really care about what’s going on behind the scenes.
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