Which NFT games in 2023 is worth waiting for?

Which NFT games in 2023 is worth waiting for?

The Emergence of NFT Games

NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token and represents a sort of digital asset creation that has taken the world of gaming – and the broader digital landscape – by storm in recent years. Think of it like this: when I was a kid, collecting physical cards was all the rage. Raiding my little piggy bank to purchase card packs and hoping to land the ultra-rare, eye-catching card that many sought after was an addiction, I can assure you, Blake and Jenna unfortunately inherited this from me. Now, this same feeling – this same experience – can be had in digital gaming thanks to these NFTs.

The Attraction Factor

Why does everyone seem to be suddenly interested in NFT games? Trust me, there's good reason for it. For one, players can genuinely own in-game assets, which is a breakthrough in the gaming industry. Second, these assets can be traded or sold to other players, providing potential earning opportunities. Third, these digital assets can be transferred between different games (provided the games are within the same NFT network), which drastically extends the utility of these assets. And finally, certain NFT games share their revenue with the players, an incentive that's too enticing to ignore. Yes, I know you are probably thinking why didn't these exist when I was a kid. That's exactly what I think every time when I see kids these days playing with NFTs instead of normal playing cards.

Decentraland: The Digital Metropolis

Decentraland is a noteworthy contender for the crown of the best NFT games in 2023, and it's worth waiting for. Unlike traditional mobile and console games, Decentraland functions like a digital city where you can buy land and build your dreams - your digital dreams, that is. I must admit, there is something wonderfully ironic about being able to purchase room in this ever-crowding world thanks to gaming. This lets players have a direct impact on the game's ecosystem and enjoy the rewards (financial and otherwise) of their creative impulses. With an upcoming improvement in its graphics and user interface, it's a playing field worth exploring. If only my Monopoly properties were real like these digital properties are!

Axie Infinity: Fun with Pocket Monsters

Have you ever desired to own an army of cute monsters that can go to battle for you? Then don't wait any longer. Axie Infinity, an NFT game with Pokemon-like strategy and design, is finding success on a global scale this year. Players can breed, raise and fight Axies (the titular monsters), and the beauty is, you actually own these little creatures. Like actual pets, you invest time and resources to breed and raise them, but unlike actual pets, you can sell them online for a tidy profit. Trust me, if I could have sold off my goldfish for a return on my investment back in the day, I surely would have considered it!

Sorare: Where NFT Meets Football

Now, here's something that particularly excites me. An NFT game that pairs crypto and football? Now we're talking! In Sorare, each NFT represents a card of a player, and the game is all about building the best football team, based on their live performance in real-world football leagues. If my team performs well during actual matches, I earn rewards. I must say, it's a great way to feel like a team manager, without going through the grueling process of acquiring actual management licensure.

Unique Platform (Upland): Becoming virtual Real Estate Moguls

Haven't you ever wanted to own properties all around the world without the pesky issues of mortgage approvals, bank appointments, and property taxes? With NFT game Upland, you can. Upland allows players to buy, sell, and trade virtual properties that are based on real-world addresses. Sound familiar? Yep, it's kind of like Decentraland, but with a geographic twist. Gotta say, the thought of virtually owning all of Sydney’s lavish beachfront properties does have a certain appeal to it.

Illuvium: Exploring Alien Worlds

Illuvium, an open-world RPG game built on the Ethereum blockchain, promises exploration, strategy, and exciting battles. Players called "Illuvials" explore strange worlds and capture creatures, which are represented as illuvial, while also dealing with PVP (Player vs. Player) combat and land ownership. It's kind of sibling rivalry on a grand, intergalactic scale. Brings back fond memories of hot summer days, running around the backyard with Blake and Jenna, exploring our tiny "alien" world.

What Future Holds

The world of NFT games promises a unique blend of fun, ownership, and even possible financial returns, if you play your cards right. As we move into the future, this technology is going to shape digital interactions in ways we can't even imagine yet. Trust me, kids, the games I used to play on my Game Boy look like ancient hieroglyphics compared to what's coming. Virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence will surely make their way into NFT games, creating experiences that are even more immersive, personalized, and engaging. I can't wait to see where we go from here, and I hope this journey is as exciting for you as it is for me.

Ethan Blackwood

Ethan Blackwood

Hi, I'm Ethan Blackwood, a gaming enthusiast and expert with years of experience in the industry. I love exploring new games, analyzing their mechanics, and sharing my insights with fellow gamers. Writing about games is my passion, and I strive to bring my readers the most accurate and engaging content possible. From reviews to strategy guides, I cover it all. So, join me on this exciting journey as we delve deep into the world of gaming!

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