3D Printing and Gaming Come Together in G2A's 3D+ Service

By: Laura McQuarrie - Feb 24, 2016
References: 3dplus.g2a & 3dprint
G2A is a hub for digital gaming and it's set to become even more entertaining to gamers with a new service called 3D+.

The 3D+ Project is being run in collaboration with 3DGence, a print manufacturer. With this service, gamers will be able to capture their favorite moments from video games and turn them into 3D models. Rather than offering templates for identical models, what's truly unique about this service is that gamers will be able to freeze a frame while playing a press an in-game "3D Print It" button. This means that players will be able to collect everything from in-game items and characters at particular moments in time.

When it comes to printing, users have access to a range of options. They can have the 3D model created and sent directly to them, or arrangements can be made for DIY printing.