Square Enix releases its first Final Fantasy NFT

SQUARE Enix has released its first NFT, a physical action figure of Final Fantasy 7 protagonist Cloud Strife, with NFT Certificate of Authenticity.

In May, the publisher reportedly sold three of its major studios to invest in blockchain games.

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Crystal Dynamics, Eidos-Montréal and Square Enix Montréal were sold to Embracer Group along with their popular IPs.

These include Thief, Legacy of Kain, Deus Ex and most popularly the Tomb Raider franchise.

It was announced yesterday that the company has invested up to $35 million (£30 million) in a Bitcoin startup.

Today, new goods have become available via Square Enix Store that contains NFTs.

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An action figure of Cloud Strife is available wearing his outfit from the FF7 remake, complete with his buster sword.

There are two versions of the character. The regular version costs $129 (£110), but the digital Plus version with NFTs costs $30 (£25) more.

The figurine is packaged with a code that allows buyers to download a digital certificate of authenticity and a digital version of the figurine.

Both are stored on Enjin’s Efinity blockchain and are therefore forms of NFTs.

To access the NFTs, purchasers of the figure must download Enjin’s NFT Platform app.

There is also a warning in store that people will no longer have access to their NFTs when Enjin closes.

Blockchains, NFTs and cryptocurrencies are all known to consume a lot of energy and are therefore harmful to the environment.

In the Final Fantasy 7 storyline, Cloud fights against the evil Shinra corporation that is sucking the life force out of the planet.

Square Enix has also released two versions of another Cloud character.

These figurines show Cloud in the dress, wig, and makeup he wears to win an audience with the scruffy Don Corneo.

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The static figure, featuring Cloud posing demurely as if standing in front of Don, is $199 (£167), and the posable action figure version is $5 less.

While pre-orders are open now, none of the figure sets will be available until November 2023.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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