Key resellers 'G2A' have had a bit of a controversial year. Finally put on the stand by the community and video game developers about the legitimacy of their business, they've found a new way to prove they're not selling game keys illegally - by making their own game.
Though we've recently learned there isn't much money to be made in the world of VR game development just yet, maybe that's exactly what the folks over at G2A need to convince the sceptics they're not the bad guys. You'll be seeing them in more places than your favorite steamer's advertisement banner in due time.
Focusing on two popular genres, 'Blunt Force' is part shooter and part adventure game. Thrusting players into the powerful battles of World War 2, it intertwines itself with a slower-paced adventure section set before the breakout of the conflict.
They managed to quell the threats of indie devs earlier this year with their ID policy.
A veteran when it comes to telling tales of bloodshed, Mark Bristol has signed on to be a collaborator with the game's storyline after having worked on big-budget movies like Edge of Tomorrow, Saving Mr Banks and Mission Impossible - but you might know him for his work on Battlefield 1.
The VR masses will be able to wave their arms around the world of Blunt Force in 2017. Heads up, though; it's episodic.
Controversial Key Resellers 'G2A' Are Heading Development Of Their Own VR Title
19 December 2016 | By Josh Brown