Polish indie developer MythicOwl has introduced at this time that’s first virtual reality (VR) title Seabed Prelude will launch subsequent week for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift with Touch help.
Bringing some musical aptitude to VR, Seabed Prelude is about in a post-apocalyptic underwater future the place gamers discover themselves as Captain of a bathyscaphe. Gameplay revolves round clearing the traditional tracks between forgotten underwater cities utilizing a strong pipe organ as a weapon. By enjoying notes appropriately they’ll advance from station to station and in doing so uncover a darkish plot hatched by a gaggle referred to as the Constructors.
“We’ve had an itch, to mix an underwater VR experience with music since the first time we saw modern VR”, stated Tomasz Mularczyk, CEO of MythicOwl. “Seabed Prelude immerses gamers in a lovely underwater world as they ‘play’ their method from station to station to unravel a thriller, concurrently studying to learn music as their journey progresses.”
Seabed Prelude is about to launch on 24th February for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift via Steam, retailing for $7.99 USD/€7.99 EUR/£5.59 GBP. Checkout the primary teaser trailer under and for any additional updates, hold studying VRFocus.
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