Whoever knew the insides of a Soviet-era Russian house facility may look so, properly, colourful? Yupitergrad did, apparently.
This attractive new VR recreation is being developed by Poland-based Gamedust and is on its strategy to PC VR headsets later this yr. It’s basically a Spider-Man VR recreation… in house. Solid as a Russian cosmonaut, you journey to a base on Jupiter to check a brand new system. Issues go a bit haywire, nevertheless, and shortly you’re swinging in your life. Try the trailer beneath.
You traverse by means of the large, labyrinthine facility, dodging hazards and perfecting methods throughout over 50 ranges. Gamedust says the expertise options an progressive design that combats movement illness. We’ll be desperate to see precisely how that works, as swinging in VR could be a fairly uncomfortable expertise. We’ve beforehand seen video games like Windlands take the mechanic head-on, however it’s positively not for everybody. May this possibly do for swinging what Lone Echo did for zero gravity VR motion?
Gamedust beforehand labored on titles like Spuds Unearthed, Neverout and Overflight, so it has a good bit of expertise within the VR house. Additional factors for the sport’s Dieselpunk visuals, which offer a moderately putting cel-shaded model.
Search for Yupitergrad to the touch down on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive later in Q3 through SteamVR and Viveport. Oculus Quest and PSVR variations are deliberate for launch later down the road. Are you trying ahead to the sport? Tell us within the feedback beneath!
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