Upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible online title XViRent has released a new video this week, showcasing the title’s custom world creation. The footage contains just over 4 minutes of gameplay in which users tour a player-generated landscape. It takes a look at user-generated buildings and quest props, giving us an idea of how players will create their own worlds in the MMO. Developer InEvoWare Game Studios stressed that the footage was from a development build and in no way final.
XViRent is a unqiue MMO in which players choose a character and class and then set off exploring different worlds created by both InEvoWare and other developers. A home world connects players to a range of different ‘realities’, each of which with their own themes, quests and enemies. Along with integration for the Oculus Rift VR headset, the title also hopes to support the PrioVR fully body motion controller.
XViRent is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to raise $8,000 CAD. At the time of writing the campaign has just over a week to go and sits at just under half of its goal funded. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress and report back with all the latest news.