Oculus Quest 2 is coming tomorrow, October 13th, and the staff over at Rec Room is pushing out some content material to Quest 2 that was beforehand unique to PC and PS4.
The Quest 2 model of Rec Room, the free social VR recreation, is slated to incorporate one other of its earlier launched co-op ‘Quests’ for homeowners of the brand new standalone headset. Launched on PC and PSVR in early 2018, the ‘Isle of Misplaced Skulls’ might be out there on Quest 2 at launch, letting as much as three gamers be part of forces to battle via ranges stuffed with enemies, breakable loot containers, and a remaining boss.
The studio has confirmed that ‘Isle of Misplaced Skulls’ received’t be coming to the unique 2019 Quest headset nevertheless.
The studio additionally acknowledged that ‘Rec Royale‘, the platform’s battle royale shooter, will make its strategy to Quest 2 sooner or later sooner or later. A port of ‘Rec Royale’ for the unique Quest isn’t at present deliberate nevertheless.
You’ll be able to take a look at the announce video under. Rec Room says footage was captured utilizing the Oculus native video seize and with no hyperlink cable. After all, with Hyperlink and a VR-ready laptop, you’ll be able to play the entire PC recreation’s content material, which incorporates co-op Quests, mini-games, and extra.
Rec Room has expanded an important deal because it was first launched in Early Entry on PC VR headsets again in 2016, including a slew of mini-games, co-op Quests, and even user-generated content material too. In addition, Rec Room has exceeded three million user-created ranges, one thing the studio goals to monetize so creators can at some point have the ability to make actual money from their creations.
Rec Room is accessible without cost on PC, PS4, SteamVR headsets, PSVR, Quest, and iOS (an Android model is on the desk). A non-VR model for Xbox can be deliberate for future launch.
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