Delta Six Gaming Gun New Kickstarter Campaign Started Today

Posted: May 8 2013, 11:32am CDT | by , Updated: May 8 2013, 11:39am CDT, in News | Gaming


Delta Six Gaming Gun New Kickstarter Campaign Started Today

The creator of Delta Six, David Kotkin, announced today that he is launching again a Kickstarter campaign for his open source game. It is happening because the former Activision executives get impressed by the game potential and features.

Delta Six is an open source gaming controller which comes to Kickstarter last year. Delta Six is a trade mark of Miami, Florida based compnay, Kotkin Enterprises LLC, established in 2007. Company's famous inventions include a PS3 adapter, Avenger Controller, and the XBOX 360 controllers.

David Kotkin's game did not get enough support last year, hence he stopped its launch. Today the game inventor Kotkin has officially announced to launch a fresh campaign for the its new game controller of Delta Six. The basic reason that gives motivation to David for a re-launch is Activision's former executives interest in the game. Kotkin stated that the executives noticed that the game has such potential that it can compete with IMAX movies. He also stated that Delta can become a "Blockbuster with the proper support."

Delta six has new featured added in it design that makes it just like a real military rifle. So gamers can now use it just like real gun to aim and shoot. Modern accelerometers,IR sensors and gyroscopes added in its design that makes it really different from previous one.

Other games on which you can use Delta six includes:

  • XBOX
  • Play Station 3
  • PC systems

While an upgrade of Delta six will enable it to be downloaded on future systems like Playstation 4.

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