It seems that recently, virtual reality (VR) titles have either been sporadically launching or simply dropping last minute, which has meant this is VRFocus‘ first roundup of upcoming videogames this month. As usual, here are five new VR experiences you may not want to miss.
A Wake Inn – VR Bros
First up is horror title A Wake Inn by Polish team VR Bros. Set in the creepy Silver Inn Hotel, you wake to find yourself in the body of a mechanical doll. Unable to walk you have to explore the hotel in a wheelchair, searching the rooms for clues and useful items whilst trying to avoid the very deadly residents – the dolls.
Hyper Dash – Triangle Factory
This frantic, team-based first-person shooter (FPS) offers ten players (5v5) to go head to head across a range of gameplay modes including Payload, Domination, Control Point and Deathmatch. Match parameters can be altered with mutators plus there’s an offline bot-mode if other players aren’t available or you just want to practice.
Naau: The Lost Eye – Studio Gamebit
Originally due for release in 2020, Naau: The Lost Eye comes from Turkish indie team Studio Gamebit. Combining action, adventure, and puzzle gameplay mechanics, the Early Access title offers physics-based combat so players can use bows, crossbows, swords and other melee weapons. Or utilise magic when confronted by wizards, monsters and even dangerous flora and fauna.
Yupitergrad – Gamedust
The swinging puzzle title has hit every other headset and now it’s finally PlayStation VR’s turn. Set in a space station orbiting Jupiter, you have to save yourself and the complex by navigating its dangerous structure using a pair of grappling suction cups attached to each hand. Yupitergrad is one of those indie surprises of 2020.
Pickup Basketball VR – Revog Games
Another PC VR Early Access title, Pick Basketball VR offers both single-player and multiplayer modes supporting up to four people. Test your skills in 1v1, 2v2, 3 Point Contest, HORSE, and Free Shoot across Gym, Street, Paris, and Skyrise Rooftop courts. Fully supporting sim-style mechanics you’ll be able to dribble and dunk or practice those layups, jump shots, blocks, passes, and rebounds.
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