First Contact Leisure, the builders behind PSVR-exclusive Firewall Zero Hour, are again with a model new multiplayer VR FPS referred to as Solaris: Offworld Fight. The brand new recreation was introduced for the primary time at present throughout our first-ever E3 VR Showcase.
Solaris is slated to launch for Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift headsets later this 12 months and is a model new IP unrelated to each of their two earlier VR video games: Firewall Zero Hour and ROM: Extraction. Watch the (painfully temporary) announcement beneath:
From what we’ve heard, Solaris sounds a bit like Halo in that it affords a a lot faster-paced aggressive sci-fi shooter expertise with intense firefights, respawning, and different fight conditions. It is a stark distinction to the slow-paced, grounded realism of Firewall Zero Hour, which takes a web page out of the Rainbow Six ebook by not even permitting gamers to respawn as soon as they die in a match.
Particulars are nonetheless extraordinarily scarce on Solaris, however you could find out extra in regards to the recreation from the tremendous fast video (embedded above) we confirmed throughout the E3 VR Showcase this morning. Since Solaris is being constructed particularly for inside-out tracked headsets first, will probably be attention-grabbing to see how the mechanics maintain up versus video games like Onward and Pavlov which have needed to adapt to the brand new monitoring techniques.
Since that is the subsequent main launch from First Contact Leisure, a studio based by veteran AAA recreation builders, you possibly can anticipate to study extra about Solaris because the 12 months goes on. As of now it’s deliberate particularly for Quest and Rift, however there’s potential for a SteamVR launch in a while.
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