Keanu Reeves could also be coming to Cyberpunk 2077 however there’s just one sport at E3 this yr that can make you really really feel like John Wick. That sport is Pistol Whip from Cloudhead Video games.
Pistol Whip closed out our first ever E3 VR Showcase immediately. For Cloudhead, a staff finest recognized for its (glorious) episodic VR journey sequence, The Gallery, that is one thing very completely different. Impressed by the likes of Beat Saber and Superhot, this can be a vibrant, neon-lit first-person shooter. In it, gamers stream down a straight path, gunning down any enemies that get of their approach.
Cloudhead describes it as a ‘music rhythm FPS’. “It’s a shooter that you simply don’t essentially should be lifeless correct for to have the ability to hit,” Cameron Oltmann, programming and design lead, says in our showcase. “And it’s a rhythm sport that doesn’t require you to take out enemies in a selected order.”
The main focus, then, is all on feeling. Pistol Whip desires to empower gamers, to provide them the invincible feeling of capturing their approach via a film set and looking out like a badass when you’re at it. For the music, Cloudhead has partnered with a Canadian label named Kannibalen. The sport will make the most of the label’s library to gas the frantic, enjoyable gameplay.
Pistol Whip is due for launch on all main VR headsets later this yr. Cloudhead isn’t giving specifics past that proper now. As for our E3 VR Showcase? It simply wrapped up, however you’ll be capable to watch the whole factor from begin to end proper right here.
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