Rayman 2 VR Fan-Remake Makes You Armless On Quest
Rayman 2 VR Fan-Remake Makes You Armless On Quest 8

What compelled somebody to work on a Rayman 2 VR remake? I can solely assume it was the platforming hero’s lack of arms, which helpfully does away with the ache of rendering them in VR.

However, regardless of the excuse, this fan remake out there to obtain on SideQuest is a nostalgic tech experiment. It’s simply the very first space of the 1999 fan favourite, introducing you to the fundamentals of the sport however, as with most VR remakes, simply seeing a world many have come to like fleshed out in VR is fairly unimaginable. Test it out in our quick gameplay footage under.

Rayman 2 VR Remake Is A Nostalgic Journey

So, sure that is only a small little bit of gameplay (principally comprised of me making an attempt and failing to climb a wall) nevertheless it does current some attention-grabbing concepts. For starters, Rayman’s iconic assault through which he throws his fists out, works very properly in VR. You simply hurl your arm ahead and press the seize button and out your assaults go. It’s not the total rotating hand motion many might be conversant in, nevertheless it works properly.

I additionally actually like holding out my arms to glide in a really Inhabitants: One-style mechanic. It’s the climbing that wants some work, although it’s a good thought for a workaround from the same old wall-jump.

The mission’s developer says that is strictly a check solely – there’s no strategy to beat the extent or view the sport’s cutscenes. They’re not taking donations for the mission and can take it down ought to Ubisoft elevate a grievance.

That mentioned, it might undoubtedly be cool to see a full Rayman recreation in VR at some stage. Ubisoft is at present busy with Splinter Cell and Murderer’s Creed VR video games, although.

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