VR Gameplay Shows Expansive Map On Quest 2
VR Gameplay Exhibits Expansive Map On Quest 2 3

Town builder battle continues, with Cities: VR showcasing new gameplay throughout an expansive and complicated metropolis map on Quest 2.

This newest video from Quick Journey Video games provides us some fly-over footage of a “detailed” and expansive metropolis on a map known as Northpoint. Certainly, the town does look impressively giant and considerably complicated.

Whereas we’ve voiced some considerations concerning the visible high quality on show in one other current Cities: VR video, it’s plain that the dimensions and dimension of the town proven on this new gameplay is spectacular, particularly working on Quest 2.

Each Jamie and I’ve been enjoying round with the opposite VR metropolis builder, Little Cities, this week (and you’ll hear extra of our ideas on this week’s episode of The VR Gamescast). Whereas Little Cities is kind of satisfying to play and beautiful to have a look at, it additionally feels a tad restricted when it comes to design potential and undoubtedly smaller in scale in the case of metropolis dimension and administration capabilities.

It’s wanting more and more seemingly that each these video games will provide competent, however totally different, variations of a VR metropolis builder recreation, then. Primarily based on the footage above, Cities: VR could be the much less visually-refined of the 2, however undoubtedly appears to be like set to focus extra closely on administration and complicated metropolis design.

Certainly, that is the sentiment echoed by Quick Journey Video games workers on the Reddit thread for the trailer. Notably in relation to graphics, Quick Journey Video games stated that optimizing for recording footage natively on Quest comes with large challenges which have affected the gameplay footage. While you’re not recording, the sport apparently “appears to be like nice contained in the Quest 2 headset.”

You may hear extra of our ideas on Little Cities vs Cities VR on this week’s episode of The VR Gamescast, or learn Jamie’s Little Cities preview right here.

Cities: VR launches on April 28, solely for Quest 2 for $29.99.

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