The developers of XField Paintball, the first 3D paintball video game for your mobile device, are offering a free web-browser based app allowing you to digitally walk the layouts for this year’s Millennium Series. This service is available for use now to test and analyze all of the angles, looks, and lanes for the Millennium Mediterranean Cup (Puget Sur Argens, France, April 12-14th). Read on for a full look into the program..
Here are a couple PR blurbs from PCB Games about their app:
It allows competitors, but also all paintball fans, to evolve in a 3D immersive world with sufficient
accuracy to test and evaluate their match strategies: Calculation of firing angles, positioning modules,
It is also possible to adjust the height of the camera view within an accuracy of a centimeter. This has been
possible thanks to the partnership with Sup’Air Ball, the company equipping all official competition paintball
The application is usable in a web browser, only the installation of a small plug-in is required. Users must download a small 3D data scene (about 25 MB).
There are different ways to approach each module: standing, crouching or crawling, height and angles
for shooting automatically adapt.
The application is AVAILABLE NOW for PC and MAC, with iPad and Android versions set for release in the upcoming days: http://walk.xfield-