Iris VR, the sport studio behind cyberpunk titles TECHNOLUST (2016) and the nonetheless in-production sport LOW-FI, teased some new footage lately of its Oculus Quest sport AGENCY.
Iris VR says Company is a prequel episode of LOW-FI, the non-linear cyberpunk sport which first garnered assist by a Kickstarter marketing campaign late final yr.
Blair Renaud, studio CEO and Inventive Director, launched a fast sneak peak of Company, stating that they’ve simply pitched the sport to Oculus for approval. Renaud says the sport’s tech demo is presently operating on Quest 2.
Operating on #OculusQuest
Our pitch is in. Want us luck!
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— Blair Renaud💮 (@Anticleric) October 7, 2020
Exterior of that, Company itself continues to be largely a thriller when it comes to gameplay. If it’s something like LOW-FI although, which is slated to place you within the sneakers of a retro-futuristic cop for a non-linear jaunt by a cyberpunk slum, we’re certain to see loads extra tech-noir overtures to Blade Runner (1982) and Robocop (1987), and hopefully a bunch of basic gaming arcade cupboards too.
As any VR developer can attest, Oculus has set a reasonably excessive bar for content material high quality on Quest, one thing Oculus’ Content material Ecosystem Director Chris Pruett says in a developer blogpost is “larger than we’ve ever enforced earlier than.”
With the entry of Oculus Quest 2 arriving on October 13th, the corporate is little question trying to increase its content material library to fulfill these upgrading from the unique 2019 Quest in addition to newcomers in search of video games that make good use of Quest 2’s larger decision shows and sooner Snapdragon XR2 chipset.
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