OrbusVR, the digital actuality MMORPG, is getting heaps of latest content material this 12 months, because the studio not solely introduced a continuation of the sport’s ‘Explorer’s League’ questline, which is slated to convey a number of hours new gameplay subsequent month, but additionally the primary of a sequence of paid DLC ‘Mini Story Packs’ that promise to convey 10 -15 hours of extra content material to the sport.
Launched final 12 months, The Explorer’s League questline is getting its second section beginning February 10th, which is claimed to supply round 5-10 hours of latest content material and embrace rewards resembling a Transmog chest piece, new dyes, achievements, and buildings upon completion of the storyline.
In gentle of the studio’s choice to make the sport free-to-play up till stage 10 on PC, it seems OrbusVR is trying in the direction of paid DLC quests to maintain gamers coming again for contemporary content material. The primary paid Mini Story Pack is claimed to reach Q2 2020, and can be priced at $10. The studio says it should embrace “all-new zones to discover, quest strains and NPCs, permitting you to expertise Patreayl such as you’ve by no means seen it earlier than.”
Right here’s how Orbus On-line describes it:
Whereas the results of Essence radiation are clearly seen all through the land, nobody has ever explored their results on the micro ecosystems of Patreayl. Utilizing the newly developed “micronizer” device, shrink down and uncover a miniature world teeming with life—in addition to a number of secret cities.
Meet the residents of a mushroom village, clamber up discarded barrels in a area, and discover your means by means of a maze of underground tunnels.
This primary Mini Story Pack will introduce round 10-15 hours of latest gameplay. You can find new monsters, gear units, a brand new mount, pet, home decor and achievements. Every new zone can be laden with hidden areas and secret passages—discovery of which can be aided with the addition of a brand new climbing mechanic!
Orbus says extra info of its first Mini Story Pack will arrive within the coming months, so keep tuned to the studio’s weblog for the newest.
OrbusVR helps SteamVR headsets through Steam, and Rift and Quest through the Oculus Retailer.