The initial model packs available include dozens of characters from the video game. Both companies agree that expanding the 3D models in the future is what they plan to do.
“When we looked at which models to publish first, the characters made the most sense,” explained inXile CEO Brian Fargo. “There’s a huge amount of variety, and some opportunities to get really creative mixing and matching the different customization options. People will be able to have a lot of fun with these.”
TurboSquid says all models are available with a standard royalty-free license.
“Part of getting this first batch ready was figuring out how to make the process work,” said Matt Wisdom, TurboSquid CEO. “Now we can watch with inXile to see what customers are most excited about, and focus on getting them even more incredible models.”