Gaming Club Opens at Paveletsky Station in Moscow

Gaming Club Opens at Paveletsky Station in Moscow


Paveletsky has become the first Russian railway station to open a station for gamers. The 24-hour console club on the 2nd floor is equipped with six personal computers, four Sony PlayStation 5 consoles with monitors, two car simulators and comfortable armchairs. This was reported on its website by the RZD company.

"Gamers have access to such games as Counter-Strike 2, Dota 2, Gran Turismo 7, UFC, DIRT 5, FC 24, Mortal Kombat, Fortnite, GTA 5, Tekken 7, NHL 23 and others. The cost of staying depends on the number of hours spent by the visitor at the gaming station," - the message says.

At the same time, the longer the visitor uses the console or computer, the cheaper it is for them to spend 60 minutes of playing time.

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