Naoki Yoshida, chief, and maker on Final Fantasy 14 has imparted his insight on NFTs and expressed that the group has no designs to bring them into the MMO. During the pre-communicated of the most recent Letter from the Producer Livestream (February 19), Yoshida talked about non-fungible tokens and clarified that anything according to NFTs and blockchain will not be highlighted in the widely praised MMO.
Chief and maker Naoki Yoshida (Yoshi P) plunked down as of late to guarantee enthusiasts of Final Fantasy XIV that they have no aims of bringing NFTs (non-fungible tokens) into the game. Yoshi P resolved this issue through Square Enix interpreter Aimi Tokutake during a pre-communicated interview before the 68th Live Letter from the Producer. NFTs have been a disputable subject in gaming, and fans can sit back and relax realizing Yoshi P is here to make all the difference.
In light of how Final Fantasy XIV is planned, Yoshida gruffly expressed that they don’t expect on joining any kind of NFT component in the game now. He further explained that players shouldn’t be stressed over it as they don’t have any expectations to consolidate that into the game later on.
This course appears to conflict with a prior New Year’s assertion by Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda, where he guaranteed the development of NFTs will illuminate Square Enix’s own strategic policies. Many fans are stubbornly against the thought, and it is great to at last get an explanation for the well known MMO.
Yoshida accepts that NFTs are an intriguing new plan of action, however, games would require a particular plan to use them, and this isn’t something that Final Fantasy XIV is made to oblige.