Indie developer MAG Studios has released the latest look at its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible survival horror videogame, Ghostship Aftermath. New gameplay taken from the first-person shooter (FPS) sci-fi title has been released online, coming in at almost five minutes of footage in total. The experience is set to launch on PC with full native support for the Oculus Rift VR headset. The video can be seen below.
The gameplay again provides a good sense of Ghostship Aftermath‘s suspenseful atmosphere, with the player exploring what remains of a seemingly deserted spaceship. It demonstrates how the Oculus Rift can be used to keep players grounded in an experience, using the head tracking to check stats such as ammo count, which are display from within the protagonist’s visor. There’s also a look at an in-game hologram that appears to display information about the ship’s crew and a tease of a new type of enemy that players might accidentally release.
MAG Studios recently offered an update on Ghostship Aftermath, confirming that development of the title’s spaceship environment is finished. The ship is said t be ‘huge’, and could take players as much as over a week to explore. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s development, bringing you all the latest.