For in the present day’s livestream we’re attempting out the upcoming 1v1 multiplayer VR melee dueling recreation from E McNeill, Ironlights! When you’re interested in how we livestream the way in which we do then look no additional than this helpful information for common ideas and this information particular to our Oculus Quest setup.
I’ve been desperate to get my fingers on Ironlights in its pre-release state, the newest VR recreation from trade veteran E McNeill ever because it was first introduced. We’ve already revealed some early hands-on impressions, full with versus gameplay footage, however I haven’t tried it out till in the present day for myself.
Basically the premise right here is that it’s a 1v1 VR dueling recreation. There are some NPC enemies to struggle and practice in opposition to, however the core of the expertise is the aggressive multiplayer. What makes issues really feel particularly intelligent is that, to stability and preserve depth, fight is cut up between attacking and defending in slow-motion. It’s fairly rad. After a profitable Kickstarter the sport is because of launch on Quest and PC VR headsets later this 12 months.
The stream is deliberate to start out at about 1:30PM PT and can final for about an hour or so. We’ll be hitting simply our YouTube and I’ll be dealing with off in opposition to Ian Hamilton reside. Harry may be a part of us as nicely by way of Discord to assist out with chat. You possibly can see the complete stream embedded by way of YouTube proper right here down under as soon as it’s up:
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