“Gunsmith Simulator” Now Entering Playtest Phase on Steam PC

Developer Game Hunters recently announced their upcoming game Gunsmith Simulator is entering the playtesting phase. As the name implies, players will be able to design and assemble a wide array of firearms, but you’ll also be able to take your weapons to a virtual firing range to test them, too.

Here’s the official announcement from Game Hunters below, followed by the latest trailer.

Finally! After months of intensive work, we’re starting playtests of Gunsmith Simulator. This means nothing else than giving you a unique opportunity to test the game on the Steam platform. It’s worth noting that the long-awaited title can be tested by everyone, not only weapon fans or enthusiasts of one of the most popular genres on the market – simulators.

Faithfully reproduced models of weapons and attention to detail in the place in which you’ll come to work will make you spend an amazing time in the game.

Let’s remind, Gunsmith Simulator is a realistic simulation of a gunsmithing workshop, where you create, repair and also maintain firearms. Additionally, you can go to your favorite shooting range and test your masterpieces by shooting at targets or clay discs thrown in the air.

What do you have to do to participate? Nothing simpler! Log in to your Steam account, then on the project page you’ll see a banner and a green “Request Access” button. Just click it and wait for feedback!

We’re looking forward to your feedback on the in-game report system. It’s very valuable for us in further work on the game!

Interested? You can request a playtest key for Gunsmith Simulator here.

Thanks for reading!

Please consider following The Splintering on social media or bookmarking the site for more independent entertainment news, views, and commentary!

The Splintering’s TeesPublic store has items for all budgets, great and small! If you like what we do & want to help keep our site 100% free of paid ads, go here!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s