IRIS VR, the studio behind TECHNOLUST (2016), in the present day introduced that its religious successor LOW-FI is slated to launch on PlayStation 5 someday subsequent yr.
The sport’s developer Blair Renaud says that future PS5 house owners can pre-order by buying the sport for PC, which supplies you early entry on SteamVR headsets and presumably a digital obtain code when the sport launches on PS5. On the time of this writing the pre-released model prices $35 CAD (~$26).
A profitable Kickstarter marketing campaign late final yr helped get LOW-FI off the bottom, having garnered IRIS VR over $80,000 USD. On the time, it was pitched as a VR-native recreation deliberately constructed from the ground-up for PC VR headsets and “next-gen PSVR.”
And it’s actually an formidable endeavor, boasting a large, non-linear open world, “lots of” of crimes and tales to resolve and discover, branching narratives, and dialogue from what the studio says will probably be “photo-realistic NPCs.”
Whereas the sport’s creator appears pretty sure of LOW-FI’s 2021 launch window, Sony hasn’t really launched phrase on when a next-gen followup to the PSVR is ready to reach.
We do nevertheless know that the present PSVR will probably be appropriate with PS5 when the console launches vacation 2020, so upcoming VR releases for PS5 don’t essentially point out any implied timeframe for a potential PSVR 2.
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