Amazon 3D Printing Store Now Offers Smite, Primal Carnage And Infinity Blade Characters

Posted: Jul 8 2015, 6:32am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Amazon 3D Printing Store Now offers Smite, Primal Carnage and Infinity Blade Characters
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Amazon expands their 3D Printing store with video game characters with thousands of personalization options.

Amazon announced today the introduction of popular video game characters that can be customized as part of the 3D Printed Products store the company launched a year ago. To start, the new “Personalize Now” widget will allow customers to customize more than 35 of their favorite characters across Smite, Primal Carnage and Infinity Blade. Customers can now access millions of unique design combinations sold by Sandboxr that can be created with the personalization tools.

“There is a lot of passion and excitement in the culture of gaming, as well as 3D printing, and by combining these two worlds and allowing customers to design and personalize their favorite video game characters we can bring enthusiasts even closer to the games they love,” said Steve Johnson, Director for the Amazon Marketplace. “3D Printed Products on Amazon is still in its early days, and we are eager to offer customers the freedom to be designers and create one-of-a-kind items.”

Amazon offers more than 30,000 ways to create customized characters in Smite character set. More than 12,500 customized set framed poses and character options are available for Primal Carnage and Infinity Blade fans will find over 12 million combinations to personalize the characters with unique poses, armor configurations, weapons and accessories.

How Amazon 3D Printing Store Works

Here’s how it works: Customers start by selecting the game character they wish to personalize and launching the personalization widget. Next, customers can explore an almost infinite number of poses, animation designs, accessories and more depending on the game character to put their individual style on the character. With the 3D product preview function, customers can rotate 360 degrees a virtual model of the character to tailor their creation from every angle. After the character is personalized and the customer has finished the checkout process, the item is 3D printed on-demand and shipped directly to the customer. The cost to customize a character starts as low as $29.99, with larger customized characters ranging from $49.99 to $89.99.

3D printing personalized video game characters is the geekiest thing to do besides owning a 3D printer.

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