Reality Clash teams up with London universities for beta
Students are getting an education in the world of FPS
Reality Clash has been hitting the ground running with its AR shooter this month.
Along with getting into the hands of willing players, the team has also started what it describes as a co-operative initiative with London-based universities.
So far, these consists of Westminster and Kingston universities with the intention of putting the game into the hands of students. To coincide with this, the Reality Clash team has delivered a number of talks on Augmented Reality gaming and development to undergraduate students studying game design.
Tony Pearce, Reality Gaming Group’s co-founder, has welcomed the collaboration.
“We’re very happy to be working with the staff and students at both Kingston and Westminster universities,” Pearce continued.
“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.”
Along with members of the community and students from Westminster and Kingston, testers include the Danish esports group Sørby, which has been partnered with Reality Clash since August.
Players that go on to fill out Reality Clash’s questionnaire will also win a personalized in-game weapon with their name on it.