Halfbrick’s shock VR sequel, Fruit Ninja VR 2, now has a demo. Or no less than it does for this week solely.
You’ll be able to check out the fruit-slicing follow-up between now and October 7 as a part of Steam Subsequent Fest. It’ll be your first likelihood to check out the brand new options Halfbrick is bringing to the sequel, which introduces archery to the sequence for the primary time. There are, after all, nonetheless swords to chop up apples with. The studio livestreamed the sport over the weekend, which you’ll be able to see beneath.
Fruit Ninja VR 2 Demo Goes Stay
It’s arguably the largest VR demo seen on this version of Subsequent Fest. We’ll hopefully be capable to deliver you some impressions of among the experiences later this week.
If you happen to don’t know the way Fruit Ninja works (the place have you ever been for the previous decade?), allow us to clarify. Fruit jumps into the air and also you slice it. That’s just about it; the sequence was first made widespread on touchscreen gadgets, which made for a fairly pure transition to VR again in 2016. The VR sequel seems to be to combine issues up with new methods of throwing fruit at you.
The total Fruit Ninja 2 VR expertise must be out later this yr on Steam. We haven’t but seen affirmation of a PSVR or Oculus Quest model of the sport however, seeing as the primary installment got here to each, we’d think about it’s on the playing cards.
Halfbrick will probably be reside streaming the sport once more, this time on Steam, at 9am AEST on October 5 (or 4pm PT in on October 4th within the US), so tune in then if you wish to discover out extra.
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