G2A Invites VR Devs Including Carbon Studio, Anshar Studio & Immersion to Taipei Game Show

Last week online marketplace G2A.com released its first effort into the world of virtual reality (VR) videogames with the launch of G2A Land for Oculus Rift. Today the company its helping other VR developers from around the world by inviting several to the Taipei Game Show later this week.

In cooperation with the Warsaw Trade Office in Taipei, G2A has invited Carbon Studio, Anshar Studio, Immersion, and Sigma to exhibit alongside G2A and the Warsaw Trade Office in the B2C zone. The developers have created titles such as including Alice VR, Detached, The Ancients, and The Purgatory VR, respectively.

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Alongside demoing their latest projects, the studio’s will also participate in the Asia VR Arcade Partners project. The project promotes VR videogames to specially designed clubs of VR fans, letting them try titles for a small fee. As China is becoming one of the major markets for VR, and one many western companies are endevouring to access, projects such as Asia VR Arcade Partners present useful opportunities to do so.

While at the Taipei Game Show G2A.com will also be demonstrating its 3D printing platform, G2A 3D, In the VR zone, visitors will be able to see 3D printed models from G2A’s next immersive title, a World War II VR game called Blunt Force. Models will include the signature Blunt Force rose, an airplane, and attendees will also have the chance to win exclusive Blunt Force dog tags at the shooting range.

For further coverage of the Taipei Game Show and G2A.com, keep reading VRFocus.