Decimated reveals tech stack, including SpatialOS, and first exchanges for DIO token

Ambitious shooter putting pieces into place

Ambitious blockchain FPS Decimated may not be due until 2020 but developer Fractured Labs is busy putting the pieces in place to ensure it meets its goals.

Part of that is its technology base. We already knew it was using the Unreal Engine 4 and the Halo platform in terms of its blockchain piece, but a new trailer has also revealed it will be integrating with Improbable’s SpatialOS to handle its networking and cloud services.

Another is funding.

Following its first fundraise, Fractured Labs recently announced the first exchanges which are supporting its new tradable DIO token.

These are Latoken, ZBX, Panxora and Halodex, plus it has an ongoing Initial Exchange Offering (EIO) with ExMarket’s LaunchPad, which ends on 27 March.

Check out the new video trailer below.

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