Prison Boss VR Comes To Oculus Quest In December

Jail Boss VR is bringing its Job Simulator-in-jail gameplay to Oculus Quest on December three.

The sport initially launched in 2017 for PC VR with “very optimistic” critiques after greater than three years available on the market. The port to Oculus Quest and Quest 2 is anticipated to promote for $19.99 with developer Trebuchet pitching the sport as letting you craft a collection of things like “cigarettes, alcohol and cookies for different inmates whereas avoiding being caught by the warden! Customise your cell as your status grows! Earn money till you may’t retailer it anymore and turn into the Jail Boss!” Sounds charming!

“Jail Boss is a title that was actually constructed for VR with the concept of the jail cell scaling together with your VR area,” Vincent Brunet-Dupont, CEO of Trebuchet, stated in a ready assertion. “I’d even go so far as saying that having it come to the Quest with its untethered headset makes it the final word VR contraband simulator obtainable available on the market.”

Try the trailer:

Jail Boss VR

David favored the sport when he reviewed it in 2017, writing that it’s “a breath of contemporary air. In a market that’s over-saturated with shooters, and blood, and gore, and zombies, it’s good to expertise one thing with a way more light-hearted and eccentric tone. Followers of Job Simulator and tycoon-style video games will discover rather a lot to like right here and way more content material than anticipated, however what it positive factors in breadth it sacrifices in depth. Even nonetheless, it is a VR sport we’d fortunately return to as a reward for good conduct.”

We’ll in fact have to attend and see how Jail Boss VR [official website] made the bounce to the transportable Oculus Quest and the brand new Quest 2. Lets us know within the feedback in the event you’ve been trying ahead to this one.

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