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Developer Everywhere Addresses Blockchain Job Openings – Destructoid

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Developer Everywhere Addresses Blockchain Job Openings – Destructoid

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This week, the Gamescom Opening Night Live presentation opened in a confusing fashion, debuting on the all-new…platform(?) Everywhere. An abstract and confusing trailer was followed by a frustratingly obscure conversation with developer Build a Rocket Boy, which left viewers completely unaware of the true nature of the ambitious title. is.

However, given its clear status as “more than just a video game”, it didn’t take long for reviewers to speculate that the Everywhere platform will be tightly integrated with controversial NFT and/or blockchain technology. This speculation was founded when it was revealed that many blockchain-based roles – including coder, test engineer and contract developer – had already been advertised on the developer’s website in June (the vacancies have since been removed).

Perhaps realizing that not remotely explaining what your product is can be confusing, Build a Rocket Boy taken from his official Reddit in order to clarify the situation.

“We are seeing conversations about NFTs/Cryptos being sparked by some of our open positions on our website,” the developer wrote. “These are research positions, because we don’t like to dismiss new technologies just because others haven’t found a solution for them yet.”

” We are building Everywhere on Unreal Engine 5, not the blockchain. We’re creating a new world for gamers, where we come together to play, watch, create, share and more. We hope this helps clear up some of the speculation around this topic.

Of course, it should be noted that being built on Unreal Engine 5″ does not preclude Everywhere to be an NFT or blockchain enabled product, and until Build a Rocket Boy openly explains exactly what Everywhere In other words, its general intent and direct relationship to other forms of hardware and software, flowery and ambitious sound bites will do very little to quell rumors, speculation and/or concerns surrounding the project. . Such is the risk taken when one wants to play the “mystery project” card.

From a personal (and admittedly particularly venomous) perspective, I feel like I already know, just from what was said and shown at Gamescom, that Everywhere There’s absolutely nothing that interests me when it comes to the video game industry. Frankly, I found the Gamescom reveal and its ways “We can’t even describe what it is” intolerably odious. I’m not looking for a new social platform, I’m not looking for a “whole new world for gamers”. And I’m certainly not looking for anything remotely interested in blockchain.

I just want fun, excitement and satisfaction. i can get that from Streets of Rage IV.

Chris Moise

Editor – Chris has been playing video games since the 1980s. Former master of Saturday night slam. Graduated from Galaxy High with honors. Twitter: @ChrisxMoyse

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