Developer The Farm 51 has confirmed that its upcoming action title Get Even will feature support for both the Oculus Rift PC virtual reality (VR) headset and Project Morpheus PS4 headset. The title launched a Steam Greenlight campaign this week in hopes of securing enough votes to have it sold on Valve’s digital storefront. It boasts a unique blend of 2 campaigns that claim to merge the single and multiplayer experience.
“VR systems are a melody of a truly next-gen experience,” said Lead Designer and CEO Wojtek Pazdur. “We expect that consumer versions of VR devices will start revolutionizing the gaming market in 2015. We are now working hard to implement VR devices into our gameplay. It is a great adventure for our team to mix VR experience with the highly realistic 3D scanning technology we use in Get Even. I’m so excited when I think where it may take us and what are the possibilities in such combination.”
Get Even is a first-person shooter that also includes elements of horror, puzzle-solving and exploration. The campaign hopes to remove the barrier between single and multiplayer with human players being able to invade and fight other players. It boasts a non-linear story in which players can use sci-fi gadgets and surveillance equipment to help predict the future and defeat enemies.
The Farm 51 is looking to launch Get Even in 2015, although there isn’t a more specific date right now. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s development and report back with all the latest.