The president of Square Enix knows that people who “play” don’t like NFTs, but he still wants them

In an extensive New Year’s letter, Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda talked about a wide range of technologies from “meta universe” to cloud gaming and artificial intelligence, but most of the letters focused on personal enthusiasm for blockchain tokens. Although Matsuda did not make it clear that Square Enix will add NFT to any particular game, he did say that the company is paying close attention to this technology and will “intensify its efforts to develop the corresponding business and focus on the potential release in the future. Own token.”

Most notably, Matsuda admits that many people don’t like the idea of ​​tiny, continuous microtransactions becoming a fundamental part of their game. He wrote: “I realized that some people who are’playing for fun’ and currently the majority of players have expressed their reservations about these new trends, which is understandable.”