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Combate Virtual is a company that sells outdoor, survival and sports activities equipment. The brand is mainly focused on selling military, tactical and outdoor equipment for the purpose of combat reenactment or training situations, in a “computer gaming mode”.
Naturally, the company was looking for a gaming mode look on it’s brand’s communication, identity and beahviour with the audience.
Their main focus is to offer the best possible gear build up solutions for The Soldier, like one would prepare a player for the combat game ahead. Almost everything a combat soldier needs in a misson, even for role playing game, we can find at Combate Virtual’s store. The strategy to follow seemed obvious. The variety of solutions offered by the company’s products led to the desired result for the client’s briefing, building the brand’s communication with action.