Skymarch Entertainment, a Canadian gaming studio, has joined hands with blockchain ecosystem developer Enjin, a move that will see the studio integrate Ethereum-based Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) into three games: Zeal, Crystals of Fate, and The Galaxy of Lemuria.
The core team behind Skymarch brings over 30 years of game industry experience, with stints at leading companies like Ubisoft, Riot Games, Disney, and Electronic Arts.
As part of the deal, Skymarch will also take part in Enjin Multiverse as per a notice on Nov 5, enabling players to use items across all three upcoming titles.
What is the Enjin Multiverse?
The Enjin Multiverse is a gaming collective featuring shared NFTs that can already be used in a variety of games from over 10 studios.
With over 30 participating projects, the Multiverse brings together developers from various platforms and genres to co-exist in an interconnected gaming network, where players can use the same item across different titles. Furthermore, Enjin has partnered with Binance.US on a limited-edition multiverse NFT item that can be used in five games.
This type of collaboration enables developers to cross-promote their games, while empowering players with the ability to transfer their items to other compatible games. This helps create a vibrant ecosystem where NFTs can be traded and transferred between projects in a marketplace driven by players, not centralized entities.