A brand new sci-fi VR shooter from developer MiroWin VR titled ‘Boiling Metal’ is now accessible on Steam for PC VR headsets.
MiroWin VR beforehand launched Weapons’N’Tales, a cowboy western VR shooter, however now they’re again with a shooter that has extra of a sci-fi bend to it. Boiling Metal is a single participant VR FPS that can see you play on a colony planet that’s “free from bureaucratic, non secular and different radical restrictions.” Every part is fully-automated on the planet of Boiling Metal, with soiled work completed by robots managed by human’s minds. Nevertheless, a virus has been launched into the system, turning the robots into an aggressive military in opposition to which you’ll need to struggle.
We haven’t tried the sport ourselves, however MiroWin VR declare that it’s best to get a minimal of 10 hours of gameplay out of the story’s marketing campaign. The Steam web page lists help for the Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Home windows MR headsets, so you have to be lined regardless of which PC VR headset you personal. Presently, Boiling Metal is at a promotional 20% off low cost worth, presumably to have a good time launch, which runs till March 13.
Boiling Metal can also be accessible in a bundle with the builders’ earlier title, Weapons’N’Tales: Bulletproof VR. Weapons’N’Tales launched again in early 2018 and is at the moment 50% off by itself on Steam, and in addition only recently launched on the Oculus Quest as effectively. In case you purchase the developer bundle, together with each Boiling Steal and Weapons’N’Tales on Steam for PC VR, you’ll get a 37% low cost off the whole worth for each.
Whereas Boiling Metal is barely accessible on Steam for now, MiroWin VR confirmed that they’re planning to launch on the Oculus Retailer for Rift within the coming weeks as effectively.
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