‘The Boys’ College Spinoff ‘Gen V’ Launches Virtual Campus Tour Full of Series Easter Eggs and Interactive School Store (EXCLUSIVE)
19.09.2023 - 16:55
Jennifer Maas TV Business Writer Amazon is taking back to school shopping to a whole new level with a virtual experience to promote the Sept. 29 debut of “The Boys” college spinoff “Gen V.” On Tuesday, the e-commerce giant launched GodolkinUniversity.com, a “Gen V”-themed website that includes an online campus tour for the show’s fictional superhero college, Godolkin University, that gives users the chance to purchase 150 items from Amazon.com through the company’s first-ever “title-themed virtual store.” The “Gen V” tie-in website allows you to explore the campus, including the campus store, and gives you multiple opportunities to purchase Godolkin University merchandise through the Amazon website, as well as standard dorm room supplies already available on Amazon.
Per Amazon, “The experience leverages 3D and 360 assets, which were scanned during production, and coupled them with 3D product images to create a one-of-a-kind fully navigable virtual retail experience. ‘Gen V’ will be a part of the convenience and entertainment, along with fast, free shipping on every order, that Prime members enjoy in a single membership.” While the online shopping portion is limited to U.S.
users, all fans can explore the virtual campus, which Amazon says is packed with hints and details about “Gen V.” You can declare your superhero major, sample the curriculum, discover information about the superhero statues in the quad, watch the Godolkin University “orientation” video, go inside the on-campus Vought-a-Burger and campus store and head into the residence hall’s three explorable dormitory rooms, the hallway and bathroom. Amazon will be adding to this experience throughout the first season of “Gen V,” allowing fans to entire inside the
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