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First Person Shooter video game documentary lands on Indiegogo — MP3 and PNJ

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, documentary company CREATORVC is giving gamers another chance to support their upcoming video game documentary FPS: first person shooter.

Launched today, an Indiegogo for the documentary is live right now, and it will end on May 23. Some perks offered in some tiers include backer gameplay footage in the documentary, tickets to the movie premiere, and a producer’s credit. The Indiegogo campaign can be found here.

The documentary follows the growing FPS scene from humble beginnings to huge success on platforms such as Twitch. People expected to appear in the film include id Software alumni (John Carmack, John Romero, Tom Hall, Adrian Carmack, Sandy Petersen, Jennell Jaquays, etc.), Cliff Bleszinski (Unreal/Unreal Tournament), Warren Spector (System Shock, Deus Ex), Karl Hilton (GoldenEye, TimeSplitters) and Joe Staten (Halo series).

FPS co-director David L. Craddock had this to say about the project:

“First-person shooters are loved by millions of gamers around the world. Given the enduring popularity of classics from the 90s and 2000s, our film promises to be a fun journey through some of the greatest games and moments of this beloved genre.

FPS co-director Chris Straton also said:

“I want to make this film an entertaining ride that captures the feelings of joy created by some of the most incredible virtual experiences of our youth, and I’m thrilled to tell the stories of the pioneers who created them.”

FPS producer/co-writer Richard Moss also added:

“With over 100 hours of interview footage to sift through from a stellar lineup of contributors across some of the coolest games ever, I can’t wait to dig into the script and share these fantastic stories with our backers. funds.”