Oculus Quest’s newest wave shooter is a port of the Wild West-themed Weapons’n’Tales: Bulletproof VR.
Weapons’n’Tales first launched on PC VR headsets a number of years again earlier than coming to PSVR. It’s developed by Hungary-based Mirowin (which is presently engaged on its newest title, Boiling Metal).
The sport stars an previous gunslinger, telling tales of his youth. That interprets to you dual-wielding pistols/tommy weapons and gunning down hordes of bandits. The marketing campaign guarantees a full story-driven mode. If you wish to give it a strive before you purchase, you possibly can obtain a free preface for the sport and take a look at it through Oculus Hyperlink.
We’ve by no means reviewed the sport ourselves however this appears like pretty normal shooter fare. It holds a ‘Very Optimistic’ person overview ranking on Steam based mostly on over 200 evaluations, so it looks like the web likes it a minimum of. Nonetheless, it’s been two years since its first launch, so don’t count on a innovative expertise.
You’ll be able to wishlist Weapons’n’Tales on the Quest retailer now. No phrase but on if there’s cross-buy with the Rift model of the sport. A ultimate launch date hasn’t been introduced, however we’d count on it to be pretty quickly given its official itemizing.
It’s been a reasonably dry patch for Quest releases of late; only a handful of apps have launched to this point in 2020. However Ghost Big is out subsequent week and Pixel Ripped 1995 is coming this spring, so hopefully the drought is nearing its finish.
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