Whereas Name of Responsibility 4’s iconic Barrett anti-materiel rifle and the loud, flashy Desert Eagle are each 50 caliber, in the case of firing them in our video games, they’re very totally different. With the assistance of Keeper of Firearms & Artillery, Jonathan Ferguson, we’ve come to the Royal Armouries museum within the UK to search out out what caliber means, and what it tells us concerning the digital firearms we’re carrying into multiplayer arenas.
On this episode of Loadout, Dave Jewitt visits the Royal Armouries to speak to Keeper of Firearms & Artillery Jonathan Ferguson to speak about how video games deal with the subject of calibers – the massive, the small, and the bizarre.
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Should you’re keen on seeing extra of Jonathan’s work, you’ll be able to try extra from the Royal Armouries proper right here. – https://www.youtube.com/person/RoyalArmouries
If you need to help the Royal Armouries, you may make a charitable donation to the museum right here. – https://royalarmouries.org/support-us/donations/
Dave Jewitt takes a more in-depth take a look at the enduring weapons and instruments which have shared the highlight as a part of our favorite video games and flicks.