Konami remembers 35 years of Castlevania with the introduction of an NFT collection

The games and entertainment division of the Konami Consortium, Konami Digital Entertainment, BV today announced the launch of the KONAMI MEMORIAL NFT collection. A collection of 14 unique works of art from the series Burgvania, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the cult series.

The bulk auction will take place on the popular OpenSea marketplace starting January 12th at 10:00 pm (UTC), as stated in a press release. Details of the 14 artworks and the auction were posted on Konami’s official website, suggesting that this collection is an initiative to create artistic NFTs featuring popular in-game scenes from the KONAMI titles and will keep fans for many years be able. They also made it clear that the purchase of KONAMI MEMORIAL NFT does not grant any intellectual property rights (copyrights, trademarks, etc.).

With this new content sharing initiative with players around the world, the KONAMI MEMORIAL NFT, the company’s first project in the field and with NFTs and blockchain technology in its infancy, KONAMI stated that with this collection it is trying to continue exploring new developments after this initial collection and listening to player feedback.

Konami remembers 35 years of Castlevania with the introduction of an NFT collection
Konami remembers 35 years of Castlevania with the introduction of an NFT collection

Finally, in the statement, the company also stated that in recognition of the series’ 35 years of existence, KONAMI recently released the Castlevania Advance Collection for PC and platforms with three classic Game Boy Advance titles and Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls, which they describe as an action-packed plunge into the stories of the past for Apple Arcade.

With the Castlevania series in mind, the company will continue to support the titles currently available while evaluating new title opportunities that meet and exceed player expectations. they showed.

This notice is provided for informational purposes only, not for promotional purposes and should under no circumstances be viewed as a purchase or investment recommendation.

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