“I’m just going to do what I’m going to do,” Greene said. “It’s this thing that we want to create, and it’s going to give people a lot of fun, a lot of fun, and a lot of meaningful things to do. But it doesn’t matter if it’s called the metaverse. I don’t care how people want to call it.
“I think you should be able to extract value from a digital place; it has to be like the internet, where you can do things that will make money for you,” he adds. “But it’s not about, like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. It’s a kid called AwesomePickle who sells cool skins because he understands what people want.
On reports of him working on a blockchain-based game using NFTs for items, Brendan clarified in a tweet.
“Not enough. We view blockchain, or a future evolution of this technology, as a utility within our digital space, not the foundation of it,” Greene said in the tweet.
Not enough. We envision blockchain, or a future evolution of this technology, as a utility within our digital platform… https://t.co/P0l7yOuBsw
— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) 1664394386000
Before Project Artemiswe might see another game, which has been called Prologue only and might also be “considered” for the blockchain.