Square Enix’s Final Fantasy has teamed up with Enjin’s Efinity platform to launch NFTs. The new collectible features the game’s beloved protagonist Cloud Strife and is available as a phygital product — meaning it will come with both the physical representation and an NFT counterpart that can be displayed through augmented reality (AR).
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The new collectible featuring a 25th-anniversary edition of Final Fantasy VII’s Strife is set to appear at San Diego Comic-Con on July 21 through July 23 and is currently available for preorder online.
Enix’s latest offering stands nearly six inches tall and for those who order the digital plus edition, it will include two NFTs. One acts as a certificate of authenticity, while the other is a digital representation of the figure that can be displayed through AR. The digital plus offering is priced at $150 USD with the standard edition being priced at $130 USD — collectibles are expected to ship in 2023.
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The digital collectible will be supported by Enjin’s Efinity platform, a Polkadot Parachain. By existing as a Parachain, the platform allows for cross-chain compatibility, creating ease of access for users that hold NFTs on other blockchains. The platform also rewards users with its own native token $EFI.
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