Reality Clash adds Bitcoin-inspired weapon skins18th October 2019
Reality Clash – an augmented reality mobile game – has updated its armoury store and added Bitcoin-inspired weapon skins.
It is a blockchain-based title, meaning all in-game assets can be bought and sold at the player’s leisure.
Its setting features an underground world of cryptocurrencies and hackers. It also boasts geo-location features to enable its audience to compete in real-time first-person shooter skirmishes in unique virtual environments based in the real world.
It has currently seen more than 7,000 tokenised weapons traded by its users since the store went live earlier this year.
The latest update is part of Reality Clash’s ‘phase two’ road map after its successful release on both iOS and Android platforms.
New item skins – including custom Bitcoin designs – have been added to the store alongside comprehensive weapon filtering by price, tier and class.
It has also added detailed weapon pages, providing additional information and stats to users to help better understand which one suits their play style.
The stats and weapon parameters have now been recorded on the blockchain as well, providing a permanent and immutable place for them to be stored.
Finally, there has also been an upgrade to the user interface when browsing owned weapon collections.
To celebrate the newly launched update, a fresh set of weapons donning limited-edition skins will be available to players – including the custom designed Bitcoin ones.
“We’re thrilled to have rolled out this new look for the Armoury Store and more updates to come,” says Morten Rongaard, co-founder of Reality Gaming Group.
“We’ve been completely overwhelmed by the level of engagement from the Reality Clash community, with the volume of digital assets being traded far outweighing our expectations. We’re confident the latest version of the store will push activity to even greater levels,” he adds.
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