Square Enix Symbiogenesis NFT Teaser Teases 10,000 ‘Characters’

Square Enix Symbiogenesis NFT Teaser Teases 10,000 ‘Characters’

Square Enix reiterated a commitment to blockchain games and NFTs in the past, and now there’s an update on its NFT project Symbiogenesis. The company announced that there will be 10,000 “characters” available. It shared a new teaser trailer, which mentioned the information, noted the “story” for it will involve six chapters, and confirmed the full website will launch on March 17, 2023.

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Here’s the YouTube trailer for the Square Enix Symbiogenesis NFT project. While the description mentioned 10,000 characters and a story, none of that is shown in the video. It only shows a vague, floating landmass with some forests and a town. While none of the story’s characters are shown, the description claims that there will allegedly be stories for them, and that each one will belong to “various races and professions.” There will supposedly be “real game utility” for the NFTs, though there’s yet to be any explanation regarding support or practical application.

While the teaser site is open, it doesn’t offer too many details about what to expect. The March 17, 2023 launch will involve a “Free Mint” campaign with 30,000 free NFTs doled out to MetaMask wallets. This will be followed by a March Twitter Space. Invite-only, presale, and public sale for chapter one will apparently begin in April 2023.

There’s no exact release date for the Square Enix Symbiogenesis NFT project beyond Spring 2023. However, its website will launch on March 17, 2023.

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