Shooty Skies Overdrive is bringing shoot ’em up motion to the Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift subsequent month, with a SteamVR launch coming later in August.
The title is being produced in collaboration with Crossy Highway co-creator Matt Corridor and Melbourne-based studio Mighty Video games, and might be their first VR sport. Visually, the sport carries the identical boxy, 3D pixel artwork fashion that was first seen within the authentic Crossy Highway sport, together with related subsequent titles and spin-offs.
Shooty Skies Overdrive might be a VR extension of the unique Shooty Skies sport, which launched throughout cell and PC platforms from 2015 onward. In Overdrive, you’ll play in VR by a “roomscale bullet hell shooter expertise, impressed by 1980s arcade retro classics.” In a single hand, you’ll use your aircraft gun to shoot at approaching enemies. Within the different hand, you’ll be capable to equip completely different wacky power-ups like chainsaws and yo-yos to assist your self out.
There might be a bunch of difficultly settings, starting from ‘Chill’ to ‘Overdrive’, and the sport will assist cross-buy between Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift at launch.
It is going to be out there on the Oculus Retailer for Quest and Rift subsequent week, from July 2nd. For non-Oculus PC VR customers, you’ll have to attend a bit longer — Shooty Skies Overdrive received’t hit Steam for PC VR till over a month later, on August 7. The Steam model will launch with LIV SDK integration, permitting customers to movie combined actuality footage whereas taking part in, identical to within the trailer above.
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