No place for NFT’s and digital assets in GTA Online

The popular video game Grand Theft Auto (GTA) is a reference in the gaming world. Its influence has placed it as one of the favorite video games for different generations, and its value as one of the most requested titles is undeniable.

However, the game’s developer, Rockstar, has been the talk of the town in recent days. The studio wants to protect the safety of users, and provide an enjoyable gaming experience for everyone.

With that in mind, Rockstar published its new set of policies and rules that users must respect. They warn that the game will not accept NFT’s, crypto-assets, as well as any attempt or initiative to sell digital assets on the platform.

Through a press release, the developer informed that GTA Online Roleplay will be adapted to Take-Two’s policies. In this way they try to take care of the game guidelines that are used for the PC mode.

In addition, all those users who do not respect the new regulations, as well as servers that misuse the brand, the franchise or related material will be penalized.

“Take-two reserves the right to object to any third party project, or to revise, revoke and/or withdraw this statement at any time in its sole discretion. This statement does not constitute a waiver of any rights Take-Two may become entitled to with third party projects.”

Rockstar banned any kind of “commercial exploitation”, through the sale of loot boxes, as well as virtual currencies. In the same way it considers the income from different sponsorships, the use of cryptocurrencies or pieces such as NFT’s.

Basically, the company seeks to protect the roleplay modality and allow it to “continue to thrive in a safe and friendly manner for many years to come”.

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