The developer behind Counter Strike-like multiplayer shooter Pavlov VR introduced a deliberate launch date for the Oculus Quest model, tentatively dubbed Pavlov ‘Lite’. The Quest model is anticipated to launch on December 19 and also will be free-to-play, in accordance with the sport’s developer.
The Quest launch date was introduced on Twitter by developer Dave Villz. He beforehand introduced the sport could be coming to Quest, however had not given a sign of a launch date. He beforehand famous the Quest model would not help cross play with PC VR gamers.
Again in Could, Villz tweeted some footage of the sport working on Oculus Quest only a few days after the headset’s launch. The PC model of Pavlov continues to be in early entry on Steam and is a paid sport priced at $10. PC gamers have entry to customized content material, equivalent to maps, by way of the Steam Workshop, and this content material presumably wouldn’t be accessible within the Quest model. We’re curious to listen to extra in regards to the Quest model of the sport and may word that in November Fb is releasing the Oculus Hyperlink USB-based connection enabling a VR Prepared PC to deal with the Quest like a Rift. Pavlov VR helps a spread of VR headsets by way of its Steam launch, together with Rift, so we’ll be curious additionally if the PC model will work over that connection.
We reached out to Villz on Twitter to ask if he anticipated the Rift model of Pavlov would work on the Quest by way of Oculus Hyperlink. We additionally requested if the Pavlov ‘Lite’ launch date was confirmed with Oculus for launch by way of the Oculus Retailer, or whether or not it could be launched outdoors of the shop by way of a sideloading service like SideQuest. We’ll replace this publish if we obtain these solutions and we’llbring you updates on Pavlov ‘Lite’ for Quest as quickly as we now have them.