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Sq. Enix pronounces public sale dates for Symbiogenesis NFTs


Closing Fantasy sport developer Sq. Enix introduced public sale dates for its upcoming Symbiogenesis non-fungible tokens (NFTs). In a Nov. 24 social media publish, the crew mentioned it could promote the NFTs in three batches. The primary batch will likely be auctioned from Nov. 27-28, the second from Nov. 30-Dec. 4 and the third from Dec. 2 to Dec. 3. Symbiogenesis is Sq. Enix’s upcoming blockchain sport that options Ethereum-based NFTs.

In response to the sport’s paperwork, the primary section will include side and mesh characters and can solely permit “stakeholders” to take part. This appears to indicate that solely early buyers will be capable to take part within the Novemb 27-28 section. The second and third phases will be accessible to contributors in an “allowlist entry marketing campaign,” the paperwork state.

From Nov. 7 to Nov21, the sport’s crew ran the allowlist entry marketing campaign. Collectors have been requested to take part in a sequence of quizzes, in addition to a “treasure hunt” that occurred inside a prototype model of the Symbiogenesis sport world.

Symbiogenesis sport world, as proven on its homepage. Supply: Sq. Enix.

The contributors earned NFT “relics” on account of these actions, and so they scored factors towards collaborating in section 2. The to 50 highest scores will likely be allowed to amass NFTs in section 2, as properly 40 random contributors ranked 51st to three hundredth. The remainder of the contributors will likely be allowed to bid on gadgets in section 3.

Sq. Enix describes Symbiogenesis as a “narrative-unlocked NFT leisure” sport. It’s scheduled to be launched on Dec 21.

Sq. Enix is the creator of the Closing Fantasy sequence of video games, which the corporate claims has sold over 173 million models. It launched Final Fantasy NFT trading cards on March 31. In April, the corporate introduced it was partnering with Web3 infrastructure provider Elixir, though particulars of the partnership have been scarce.