This 3D printed God of War chest is made to be smashed on Twitch


If you also fell in love with the animation of Kratos punching right through the lids of wooden chests in the latest God of War, we have a 3D print that lets you do it as often as you’d like.

Twitch streamer and maker EvilBron created the model for this print in Blender over the course of a month, working on it for a couple of hours every day.

Aside from being an accurate replication of something from the game, the idea here was to integrate it into a stream.

This was done by designing the top lid in separate parts that join together, which can then be smashed apart by hitting the lid. As the pieces aren’t damaged from doing this, it can then be reassembled and broken apart again.

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Printing of the chest took 34 hours, but we’ve been told that this can be cut all the way down to 17 with less infill and a higher speed.

As regular black filament was used here, the brown and silver elements needed to be painted on. We’re sure you can save some time here, and make it look a bit more authentic, if you use wood grain filament.

The finished product you can see in the gallery below measures in at 26 X 18 X 14.5 centimetres and, at the moment, it’s empty.

If you’d like to see it in action, catch one of EvilBron’s streams and type “!boi” into the chat. We caught a clip of it so you can get a taste of the destruction.

If that’s not good enough and you want your own God of War print, the files to make it are available for free from Thingiverse.

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