Rockstar Games Bans NFTs from Third-Party Servers

Rockstar Games, following Mojang Studios, has banned NFTs from third-party online servers. The statement was released by Rockstar Games, the game’s developer. It stressed that, despite these new restrictions, it still supports these servers. The use of Rockstar IPs, real brands, characters, trademarks, music, or other Rockstar IPs in the project was also forbidden.
“Rockstar Games believes in fair fan creativity and wants creators of our games to show their passion. We hope that the rich array of community-created experiences in Grand Theft Auto will continue to flourish in a safe, friendly manner for many more years.
NFTs were banned from Mojang Studios’ servers by Mojang Studios in July to the dismay and surprise of initiatives like NFT Worlds which had their entire company based on Minecraft. Valve, Steam’s operator has also criticized NFTs, and stated that it doesn’t want them on its platform. Rockstar Games is the latest video game company to ban NFTs. However, Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) servers are managed by MyMetaverse, an Australian company tokens. They also provide NFTs in form of weapons and vehicles. This was made possible in September by Enjin. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: coincu.comHaroldCoincu NewsTags: EnjinGrand Theft Auto VMojang StudiosMyMetaverseNFTRockstar GamesRockstar IPs