Some wildely circulated news about a partnership between PUBG Game and the NFT/Blockchain platform Bangers that was revealed last week isn’t happening for partnership.
Some wildely circulated news about a partnership between PUBG Game and the NFT/Blockchain platform Bangers that was revealed last week isn’t happening for partnership doing properly . PUBG: Battlegrounds was set to integrate NFTs in 2023, with the blockchain handled by Banger Games, or so we were told. Essentially, it would introduce a reward system for players and the platform has been alpha testing some of the game modes to see how things would work out. If you need more information about Banger Games, PUBG and the Nonexistent Krafton Partnership then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.
The Alpha Game Modes and Challenges announced so far were:
Given the numerous scandals and controversies in the NFT space for partnership with pubg mobile game, gamers have always been reluctant when it comes to combining Web 3.0 and with aslo the gaming space . And this time, it seems like they were right for partnership and also for game.
According to the all Korean video games and news thisisgame.com which played by all worlds, the partnership wasn’t a real one. The platform by Banger was completely unrelated to Krafton and they don’t like it, the company that develops PUBG mobile game, and that the reports from overseas blockchain media were false in partnership that why the partnership is longer now.
The report also mentions that there’s a chance that Banger Games is a ‘scam site’ that can potentially leak personal information since it asks for things like the password to sign up for the website. After signing up the game and applying for games, it only says that “it will take some time until the actual service starts for game”, meaning that the alpha test is just a false premise to get personal information from users.In other words, Banger Games used the game to promote NFTs without its permission and it can be yet another scandal in the Web 3.0/Gaming space. According to the news website, Krafton are currently in the process of figuring out the circumstances and they are reviewing the need for legal action.