Troy Baker, the popular voice featured The Last of Us: Part 2 and many other great video games, has revealed on Twitter that he has ended his controversial partnership with an NFT firm.
A few weeks ago, Baker announced that he was partnering with Voiceoverse NFT, which allows users to purchase AI voices as NFTs to use in any game. The partnership received overwhelming criticism on social media, especially since Baker used the phrase “you can hate.” Or you can create. What will be there?’
He has now done a full 180 and confirmed that he is no longer continuing his partnership with the company.
Thank you all for your feedback and patience. After careful consideration, I have decided not to continue the collaboration with VoiceVerseNFT. Intentions aside, I heard you and apologize for accusing someone of “hate” just by simply disagreeing with me.
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NFTs are the new ugly word in the gaming industry, just like online passes and loot boxes were in the olden days. Many game companies have been behind the feature, including Ubisoft, although it’s clear that not many people are interested in what the Assassin’s Creed publisher has to offer.
[Source – Troy Baker on Twitter]