Reality Clash, the unique Augmented Reality FPS mobile combat game from publisher Reality Gaming Group, has just gone into Beta on Android and iOS, with thousands of testers already signed up to play the game and provide feedback.
The publisher has also kicked off a unique co-operative initiative with both Kingston and Westminster Universities in the UK that will see students testing the game.
As part of the university outreach Reality Gaming Group has delivered talks on AR gaming and the development process to video game degree course undergraduates.
In addition to students and the general public, other participants in the Beta testing programme include Denmark-based eSports community, Sørby, which Reality Gaming Group supports.
All Beta programme participants who complete and return the associated feedback questionnaire will be rewarded with a personalised in-game weapon with their name on it.
To join the Beta testing programme for Reality Clash, click here: https://realityclash.com/#scrollto-form-wrap
“We’re delighted that Reality Clash is now at a Beta stage,” said Reality Gaming Group Co-Founder Tony Pearce. “In just a year, we have taken the concept of this game-changing app – which boasts leading edge AR, blockchain and geo-location technology - from concept to reality. And it’s exciting to see the game now in thousands of gamers’ hands. We’re looking forward to gaining their feedback to ensure that the game hits the mark when we go to full launch in early 2019.”
“At the same time, we’re very happy to be working with the staff and students at both Kingston and Westminster Universities. The observations we receive from them will be invaluable, and we’re delighted to be able to give something back to these individuals by providing advice and practical help in their studies.”
For more information, visit www.realityclash.com.