The Gun Club VR
Top Critic Average
Developer: The Binary Mill
Genres: Simulation, First-Person Shooter
Bringing the historic theatre of World War II right into the Gun Club VR experience, the Allied range includes an all new environment hosting dozens of new weapons & events to progress through.
Your favourite firearms come to life with Gun Club VR’s highly detailed and fully interactive weapon models. Developed on real-world ballistics, you can handle, load, cock and fire these weapons. Flick off the safety, select burst or full auto, extend the stock or rack the slide to clear a round: gun Club VR provides the total gun range experience.
HUGE WEAPON VARIETY
Pistols, SMGs, shotguns, assault rifles, grenade launchers; dozens of the most iconic weapons in the world, all intricately modelled with complete interactivity.
UPGRADE & CUSTOMISE
Unlock hundreds of different attachments and upgrades for your weapons. The picatinny rail system allows for limitless customisation. Stocks and scopes, extended mags and laser sights: customise your weapons to fit any scenario.
Fire your weapons in a multitude of different range scenarios, from hostage rescue to the dreaded zombie apocalypse. And for true shooting purists there is the classic target range. No time limits, no scores, just you and your weapon.
Gun Club VR - Official Early Access Trailer (Oculus Rift & HTC Vive)
Gun Club VR - Official launch trailer
Gun Club VR is exactly what it sets out to be - a game where you shoot real world guns on the world's most elaborate range. It turns out that all by itself, this is really fun. A bit of strange UI and glitchiness aside, Gun Club VR is well worth a look - both for gun enthusiasts and gamers that enjoy well made products.
Gun Club VR accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do. It's a detailed shooting range simulator with a wide assortment of detailed and realistic weaponry, and it does a lot to make the experience fun for both firearm aficionados and casual shooter fans. There's enough content and variety to keep things interesting for a while, but the game gets repetitive fairly quickly.