Konami has revealed that, yep, it plans to continue to work on NFTs in the future. After companies like EA and Team17 backed off on NFT plans, Konami is full steam ahead on NFT creation, at least for now.
In the company's latest financial results breakdown, the subject of NFTs is hidden within their 'Digital Entertainment' outlook. After Konami mentions a few of its games and how they're performing, the company had this to say on NFTs:
We will also be selling Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) in an effort to preserve content that has been loved by our customers as commemorative art.
So, there you have it. While the company doesn't go into specifics on which games will get the NFT treatment in future, plans are in place.
Konami's actual video game output hasn't been exactly fruitful in recent years, and we wouldn't be surprised to see the company lean into the nostalgia of its IP when it comes to NFTs. Konami owns the likes of Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, Castlevania, Contra and more.
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