Named TactSim, it boasts two airsoft arenas and a target shooting range to cater to all levels of airsoft enthusiasts.
Want to role play a game of PUBG or Call of Duty in real life?
You can do so at TactSim, Singapore’s first indoor Player versus Player airsoft facility soon.
The facility opens its doors on Sunday (Nov 29) at HomeTeamNS Khatib and will be able to house up to 27 players.
However, due to the COVID-19 safe management measures, only two groups of five visitors are allowed at the same time. Game modes have also been modified to ensure that there is no intermingling between the different groups.
Airsoft is a competitive team shooting sport which uses replica air weapons that launch 6mm plastic pellets at safe velocities. For safety purposes, protective gears such as vests and masks will be provided as well.
With two airsoft arenas and a target shooting range, TactSim, which spans 765sqm, offers a range of realistic equipment and an unique gameplay environment to cater to all levels of airsoft enthusiasts.
Equipped with movable walls and doors suspended from a grid system, the layout in the arenas can be configured for different game modes, such as Capture the Flag and King of the Hill, which should be familiar to PUBG and Call of Duty fans.
The shooting range is designed to accommodate a wide range of shooting-related activities, with steel plates and reactive falling targets providing an immersive experience for both beginners and experienced shooters.
For a start, the facility will only be open to HomeTeamNS Members and Home Team-related agencies due to capacity limits. TactSim said it will work towards the gradual expansion of the venue capacity to allow bookings from members of the public.
For HomeTeamNS members, booking the Airsoft arenas will cost $120 per hour, and $30 per hour for the target shooting range. For SAFRA and PAssion members, it will cost $170 per hour and $45 per hour respectively.
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