In one of the barmiest, most ambitious announcements we've heard for a while, G2A told us at their media day on Friday that they are preparing a service for printing, painting and shipping 3D models of videogame assets to customers. Ultimately, they hope you’ll be able to do it just by pausing a game and clicking a button.
Which models would you print from the best PC games ever?
G2A started life as a marketplace for videogame keys, but they're announcing several new adjacent products. G2A 3D and 3D Plus are two of the most interesting, and represent G2A’s push into gaming merchandise.
The G2A 3D store hosts model files for 3D printing and is live now, but in its infancy; its inventory is mainly CS:GO Weapon replicas, and it’s not charging prices yet (everything is available for free, if you happen to own a 3D printer).