Initially launched in early entry on Steam in 2018, VR roguelite COMPOUND is slated to get a Quest 2 model following its 1.zero model on PC, its developer says.
Although little-known, Compound is the fifth best-rated VR recreation based on Steam (with an ‘Overwhelmingly Optimistic’ 97% score) and the 12th best-rated based on Steam250 (which makes use of its personal algorithm to find out rankings).
Created by one-man indie developer Bevan “NotDead” McKechnie, Compound was initially launched in early entry on Steam in 2018 and has seen gradual however regular improvement ever since. The sport is a roguelite with a singular pixel-art type and an arsenal of enjoyable weaponry with which to experiment.
Now that the developer is homing in on the 1.zero launch of the sport on PC, McKechnie tells Street to VR that he’s planning to construct a Quest 2 port of the sport as soon as the PC model is full. Each the 1.zero model of the sport and the Quest 2 model are anticipated to launch in 2022.
Graphically, McKechnie expects the Quest 2 port to be fairly much like the PC model of Compound, because of its low-fi artwork path.
The sport’s public roadmap reveals that Compound may additionally see some updates past the 1.zero launch, together with the opportunity of customized stage help, extra weapons & mutators, and a non-VR model of the sport on PC.
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