We all know, we all know; one other day, one other Beat Saber wannabe. However OnShape from Odders Lab does have just a few attention-grabbing twists and turns that raised our eyebrows.
Particularly, the sport appears to be like like a cross between Beat Video games’ smash hit and, oddly sufficient, Tetris. Within the eye-catching teaser trailer under an animated participant first dodges incoming partitions similar to they might in Beat Saber. Then they field their manner by a strong wall. Lastly, they throw shapes to suit by human-sized holes. All of this occurs to, you guessed it, a backdrop of extremely catching digital dance music.
Over on Steam, Odders is promising a “regular flux of songs” to reach post-release on prime of the prevailing soundtrack. Songs may have three issue ranges and also you’ll have the ability to problem buddies through leaderboards. It’s not clear how the trailer’s particular person components would mesh into one stage, however it does appear to be this one could possibly be a fairly great way of conserving slot in VR.
This isn’t the primary tackle human Tetris we’ve seen in VR. Final 12 months we wrote about Match It, a recreation that used the HTC Vive trackers to convey your full physique into VR. It doesn’t appear to be OnShape will have the ability to observe leg actions and so forth, however transferring your head and arms ought to nonetheless offer you a exercise.
We will’t discover an excessive amount of extra details about the sport, however it’s coming to PSVR, SteamVR (Index/Vive/Rift) and ‘Oculus’ this summer season. Based mostly on the top of the trailer, we’d guess the latter covers each Rift and Quest.
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