A 3D artist has digitally recreated Nuketown, Crash and company in great detail.
We are entering the final stretch of the year, which means that a new batch of common shooters is coming to us. There is little left to enjoy Call of Duty: Vanguard and, to liven up the wait, some are able to push their skills to the limit for our personal enjoyment.
It is the case of Evghenii Loctev, who has dedicated much of his time to recreating the most mythical maps of the saga in a very original way: with LEGO pieces. He has done it in collaboration with Diamond Lobby, who have had the fantastic idea of contacting the Moldovan 3D artist to bring to life, through the famous toy pieces, the most recognizable places of the war franchise.
The designs have been made with the free software Bricklink Studio 2.0While it is true that it has not carried out its construction in reality, these designs elaborated through free software Bricklink Studio 2.0 they are quite similar to what we could see if we got down to work. It helps, of course, the extensive library of parts that the tool offers, as well as the fact that the captures are taken faithfully following the plans that we find in the loading screens when we play.
The complete list is made up of eight maps, all very recognizable by fans of the saga. Have Castle, Crash, Firing Range, Nuketown, Raid, Rust, Slums y Terminal. Carrying out its physical construction would entail, as calculated in the publication, an expense of thousands of euros per project, mainly due to the large number of necessary parts.
Remember that we have already tested Vanguard multiplayer. The launch of the video game Sledgehammer Games is scheduled for the next November 5th and it will be released on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC. In addition, in 3DJuegos we have compiled five tips to help you succeed in the new Activision title.
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