Baobab’s fifth animated VR mission, Bonfire, is coming PlayStation VR after an preliminary launch again in Might on the Oculus Quest and Rift.
The animated mission first debuted at Tribeca Movie Pageant early this yr, earlier than making its manner onto Oculus headsets. The VR animation focuses on narrative and interplay and stars slapstick comedian and actor Ali Received. She performs your AI companion, Debbie, who retains you firm across the eponymous bonfire after you crash-land on a planet 300 gentle years away from earth.
In Jamie’s evaluation again in Might, he discovered the expertise provided sense of storytelling and interplay, however not with out its flaws. “Interactions listed here are charming to no finish but in addition really feel considerably restricted in scope,” he stated. “Bonfire is sensible however transient, and I needed to discover extra of the world round me and spend extra time with the buddies I’d made.”
That being stated, he additionally discovered the narrative witty, sharp and well-paced, with efficiency from Wong.
The sport will launch on PSVR subsequent week on October 22, with a launch-week low cost. The value for the PSVR model just isn’t but obvious, however it’s presently solely $5 for the Quest and Rift variations on the Oculus retailer, after an preliminary launch value of $10 again in Might.
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