World’s Most Realistic Video Gaming Gun Unveils New Features, Celebrities Worry The Delta Six Improves Real Marksmanship Skills

After raising over $200,000 on Kickstarter, anticipation surrounds The Delta Six Video Game Gun Controller for First Person Shooters. With a realistic design and functions, there is nothing comparable on today’s market. The company recently announced the launch of new features that work to enhance the shooting experience for the player. The device now provides real recoil when firing, an optional railing system, a more realistic weight and rapid fire abilities, and improved coding makes aim more representative of a real firearm.

The sales of The Delta Six continue to rise despite controversy. Met with excitement from supporters and criticism from a small vocal group of opposition, The Delta Six is a very hot topic of conversation in video gamer circles and beyond. IGN states, “It takes the action of Call of Duty and brings it to life while making you look like a total bad ass.”

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump weighed in on this issue, tweeting, “Video game violence & glorification must be stopped — it is creating monsters!” Other celebrities have publicly criticized The Delta Six and company owner, David Kotkin. Piers Morgan was so adamant about the product he refused to shake Kotkin’s hand after a televised interview. However, Morgan’s studio staff rushed up to Kotkin to find out where they could purchase The Delta Six. Barbara Walters also lambasted Kotkin for creating The Delta Six when he appeared on The View.

The people who see this and complain that the Delta improves marksmanship is like saying a knife is too sharp and shouldn’t be sold. “You then have a lot of people wanting that knife,” said David Kotkin, Owner of The Delta Six.

The Delta Six is compatible with all major gaming systems, including the Oculus Rift, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and the PC.

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