The previous couple of months have seen Google wind down loads of its VR work, however the developer of Job and Trip Simulator says it isn’t going wherever.
Yesterday introduced information that Google was making its VR creation platform, Tilt Brush, open-source. Hidden contained in the announcement was the snippet that Google itself will not be updating the platform. Paired with the latest information that Poly can also be shutting down, to not point out the gradual dying of the Daydream cellular VR platform, and it seems to be like Google’s curiosity in VR is rising skinny.
We had puzzled what this may imply for Owlchemy Labs, the creator of celebrated VR titles that was acquired by Google in 2017. The Simulator sequence — significantly Job Simulator — continues to rank extremely on video games gross sales charts. Yesterday, CEO Devin Reimer took to Twitter to verify that the workforce continues to be constructing new VR video games.
“With Tilt Brush’s announcement some of us have requested if this adjustments something at Owlchemy,” Reimer wrote. “It doesn’t, we’re persevering with to develop, construct superior video games for everybody, innovate and push VR ahead! We can also’t wait to announce our subsequent large factor!”
Owlchemy hasn’t revealed its subsequent undertaking after final 12 months’s launch of DLC for Trip Simulator, however did guarantee us it was engaged on a brand new title throughout our 2020 Summer time Showcase. Hopefully the workforce could have extra on what’s subsequent sooner or later later this 12 months.
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