Kamile Is An Interactive VR Sci-Fi Drama About Working Too Hard


Should you’re on the lookout for extra story-driven VR experiences, you would possibly wish to try Kamile.

This new VR drama is being developed by Lithuanian group, Gluk Media. Set you in 2048, you tackle the function of Kamile, a lady married to a number one scientist working in AI. After a tragic accident, you’re flung right into a combat to save lots of Kamile’s son, who hides an AI prototype in his mind. Gluk says the piece will discover the “fixed work and slavery for digital economics.”

The primary trailer is above. It seems to be slightly tough across the edges, however the core pitch is powerful sufficient to maintain us intrigued. The sport’s futuristic tackle an city metropolis positively reminds us of Blade Runner, as does the story’s company undertones.

Moderately than a ‘sport’ as such, it seems to be nearer to one thing like Star Wars: Vader Immortal. This type of VR storytelling is an more and more promising space for the business.

Curiously, it’s Gluk’s first tackle narrative-driven VR. Up to now, the corporate has labored on 360 diploma movies and digital recreations of historic websites. The corporate has additionally completed work in AR and created tasks utilizing biometric know-how and 3D projection mapping. A few of these even use our previous good friend the Kinect.

Gluk plans for Kamile to be a collection with 5 episodes. Chapter 1 is because of launch in October on all main PC VR headsets and PSVR. Gluk will even be displaying the sport off at Gamescom later this week. We’re wanting ahead to checking it out.