Battleswarm: Field of Honor
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|Battleswarm: Field of Honor|
|Developer(s)||Game World Tech|
|Release date(s)||August 10, 2009 (Beta) |
1.5 GB Hard Drive,
Battleswarm: Field of Honor was a free-to-play first-person shooter/real-time strategy video game developed by Game World Tech. Battleswarm featured an item mall which used Reality Gap's e-currency called 'MetaTIX'. Battleswarm was officially launched on November 19, 2009.
On July 1, 2011 Reality Gap announced they were to shut down game servers, while 'in the process of a sale to a new company who specializes in children's games'. On July 16, 2011 the game servers were officially shut down.
Battleswarm takes place on a foreign planet during a catastrophic war between humans, and a race of giant bugs.
Battleswarm had a unique game play concept where it pitted two genres of gameplay against one another in a survival for the fittest. The humans were played by first and third person shooters, while the bugs were commanded by a real time strategist.
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