Arclegger talks Red Fox Labs & blockchain gaming at E3 2019

We caught up with Arclegger, the co-founder of Red Fox Labs' Gaming Division to talk about the company and blockchain gaming.

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If you’ve spent any amount of time playing Planetside 2 when it first released, or diving into H1Z1 at its release, then chances are you’ve heard the name Arclegger before. Arclegger, known to some as Adam Clegg, was a Senior Game Designer on H1Z1. Through his time on H1Z1 Arclegger has picked up quite a bit of experience working in the online gaming sphere, and he’s confident that he’ll be able to bring that knowledge to a head as the leader of Red Fox Labs’ Gaming Division.

There aren’t any games available from Red Fox Labs just yet, but the company does have an interesting idea of how it wants to proceed with things. Since the company has such a heavy focus on blockchain currency, Red Fox Labs is looking for ways to incorporate that technology into its games, allowing user’s purchases to be more meaningful.

It’s a really intriguing idea, and you’ll definitely want to check out the full interview with Arclegger above to learn more. For now, we’ll be keeping our eyes on Red Fox Labs to see what the company have in store in the future. To learn more about Red Fox Labs itself, head over to the official website. You can also make your way over to our E3 2019 hub, where you’ll find a ton of great content waiting for you to dive in and digest it.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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