White Paper Games’ debut videogame, Ether One, has been out for nearly 2 weeks now. Since that time it’s seen critical praise and done the rounds on many a livestream and Let’s Play video. But the team itself hasn’t put its feet up yet; if they’re not busy promoting the title then they’re encouraging user feedback to improve the experience, or teasing us about the future. VRFocus managed to catch co-founder Pete Bottomley as the team showed Ether One off of the public at the EGX Rezzed event in Birmingham last weekend to talk about the project.
In the interview above Bottomley discusses the reception to the title so far, taking a look at how the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset support has drawn people in, particularly on the show floor. There’s also further hints about a possible PlayStation 4 version of the project, which the developer has stressed that it would like to do should it have the necessary resources. Ether One can is available for purchase now. VRFocus will continue to follow the title and report back with all the latest news.