Ubisoft Quartz Announced | Now In Beta

December 10, 2021 at 8:31 AM in Gaming News with no comments

Ubisoft introduces Ubisoft Quarts which is a way for players to buy and collect NFTs for their favorite games from Ubisoft.

By    Daniel  |  Veena

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Ubisoft Quartz offers NFTs which are called Digits of your favorite Ubisoft games.

As of the moment, the Digits are in trial or beta mode. Ubisoft would want to increase the value of in-game items with the introduction of Quartz.

  What is Ubisoft Quartz?  

At first, the Digits will be a part of limited editions. There will be a fixed amount of items only. One edition will be unique and only one person will be able to own it.

Playable and energy-efficient NFTs are planned to make them available on Tezos Proof Stake blockchain.



To compare, a single Quartz transaction will only be equal to a 30-second streamed video, for Bitcoin it takes up to 1 year.

  how can I earn Ubisoft Quartz?  

NFTs can be kept or even gifted. You are sure that each one will be unique.

Right now, there are three Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint NFTs that can be earned by just playing the game on Windows or Connect on three specific dates: December 9, 12, and 15.

To be qualified, you must be 18 or older, is level 5 or higher and in the territories of the US, Spain Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Australia, Belgium, or Brazil.

Ubisoft promises more NFTs by next year.




NFT stands for Non-fungible token. This is a unique digital collectible item that can come in different forms like a GIF, tweet, emote, music, image, game code, video, or in-game cosmetic item.

  is Ubisoft Quartz worth money?  

NFTs are valuable because there will be just one owner per item.

Get to know more about NFTs here.



how do I sell Ubisoft Quartz?  

Just recently, Tim Sweeny of CEO of Epic Games shared that Epic is open to the blockchain technology but is also wary that NFTs have the potential of being a scam.

Andrew Wilson, the CEO of EA said that they are looking forward to NFTs and believe that play-to-earn games are the future of the industry.

Although some companies are welcoming to NFTs, Valve of Steam recently banned games that come with those.

It may still be possible that Valve may change their mind in the future as more and more join in on the blockchain hub.


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