U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- There’s no denying the impact video gaming has had on society. Since the early days of Atari, kids would spend hours playing Space Invaders, Asteroids and Pac-Man. Fast-forward 30 years.
Today’s gaming industry is quite simply astounding. Of course, the X-box and Playstation platforms rule the roost with Fortnite, God of War, Red Dead Redemption making millions of kids late with their schoolwork.
One common thread in the firearms industry that everyone agrees upon: “We need to grow the shooting sports … take your kids to the range … grassroots this, grassroots that…”
3-Gun Nation (3GN) has done a fair amount over the past 10 years to answer that call. Whether through television, tournaments, a national club series, social media, videos, training classes, the list goes on and on. However, even with all of those efforts we’ve only reached a fraction of the modern youth in today’s society.
Well now we can add one more weapon in our outreach arsenal, 3-Gun Nation VR.
3-Gun Nation VR was developed as a collaboration between 3GN and Team Bravo, a gaming studio based in Hong Kong. The studio had developed a practical shooting-based game known as “Drills VR.”
“The guys at Team B were introduced to us by Kevin Chau, our Regional Director for Asia,” said Pete Brown, 3-Gun Nation President. “They wanted to create a 3-Gun game with us that mimics the real thing, right down to our club series classification system, classifier stages, natural terrain ‘outlaw’ stages and even the man-on-man shoot-offs.”
The core strategy of 3GN VR is to develop a gaming platform that represents real 3-Gun competition shooting.