It’s been named a finalist in the Creativity category for UK game developers association TIGA for its mobile location-based AR shooter Reality Clash, which uses the Ethereum blockchain to handle item ownership and trading.
Reality Gaming Group – the team behind the augmented reality first-person shooter (FPS) mobile game Reality Clash – has announced it is to join the Blockchain Game Alliance.
At Reality Gaming Group over the last two years we’ve been exploring how AR, VR, location-based services, cryptocurrency and the blockchain can converge within a single game - Reality Clash for iOS and Android devices.
To give us a thorough de-brief from Develop, we managed to speak with Tony Pearce of Reality Clash fame. During the discussion, we dig into just what the climate is like for developers this year.
Enter the virtual battlefield via your mobile phone and use your movement, reactions and strategy to the limit to win! Players can enjoy the novel gameplay of AR FPS and trade tokenized weapons as well as other items on its blockchain-powered marketplace.
Players of Reality Clash, a first-person-shooter mobile game, can now trade weapons with each other through the OpenSea platform, according to a press release shared with Coin Rivet.
One of the things that really caught our attention about Reality Gaming Group is its dual economy. What we mean by this is that players of the AR mobile title – Reality Clash – have access to a mobile economy of RCC Silver tokens.
Reality Clash went through beta testing late last year and then soft-launched in selected territories this past January, but today it has gone live in an official capacity in the UK as part of its staggered worldwide rollout.
The free-to-play game will use the phone’s camera to render an AR view of the world on-screen, with geolocation gameplay inviting players to enter face-to-face combat with each other in real time, in real locations.
Joining forces with the Global Gaming Network, Reality Clash looks to come out of the gate with major eSports aspirations