Call of Duty: Black Ops III players that have ever wanted to own a very own Fury’s Song Blade sure to be interested in this video created by the Man at Arms: Reforged series created by the blacksmiths at the Baltimore Knife and Sword workshop.
The melee weapon has been taken from a digital weapon and recreated using bullet-proof AR500 hardened steel and honed to a super sharp edge. Check out the construction video below to see how the blade was created using imagery from the Black Ops III game.
Fury’s Song is a destructive melee weapon in Call of Duty: Black Ops III. It’s more than a sword; it’s a legendary weapon that can drain an enemy’s life and health with a single slash. The talented makers at Man at Arms: Reforged from Baltimore Knife and Sword re-created the weapon from the game.
The Fury Song was announced right when they were planning what to build for the season, and they knew they had to make it. The process started with a picture in AutoCAD and they cut it out on a plasma. They cut it from AR500 hardened steel. They also incorporated Plexiglass and lighting, which you can see take shape in the above video.
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