Indie developer Exato Game Studios, in conjunction with Reverb Publishing, announced today the first of many major content updates planned for Guncraft that includes integration of the robust Steam Workshop feature. Fans now have a central hub where they can upload their amazing creations such as pre-fabs, maps, guns, and skins.
Steam Workshop makes it easier than ever for Guncraft soldiers to see their ideas come to life in game. All the cool creation aspects can be instantly shared with the community – levels created from the ground up, completely unique guns, and nearly any type of character skin come to life with just a few short clicks. Gamers can now search through player-created content by user name or item type, and find all sorts of crazy character skins, maps, and more, offering an unlimited amount of content.
The addictively fun, voxel-based shooter Guncraft also launched today free character skins from the popular team-based shooter, Team Fortress 2 (TF2). From the versatile Soldier to the iconic Heavy, all nine beloved TF2 classes have been reborn in blocky glory.
“We are huge fans of Team Fortress 2 and it’s awesome that Valve let us use its iconic TF2 characters in Guncraft,” said John Getty, lead developer of Guncraft and founder of Exato Game Studios. “This is just an example of the cool content that can be created in-game. Now, with Steam Workshop, players can fully realize the depth that Guncraft has to offer. It’s all about creating your own content to share and inflict maximum decimation!”
Guncraft is available for $14.99 on Steam – to commemorate the official launch of Steam Workshop and the Team Fortress 2 skins, gamers can purchase Guncraft at 50% off ($7.49) through this weekend (9/27 – 9/29).
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