Hamerhead Interactive is currently working on a virtual reality (VR) underwater exploration title named Undercurrent. The videogame is in development for PC and features full support for the Oculus Rift VR headset. Of course, when the project started development the Oculus Rift was essentially the only VR headset that developers could get their hands on. Now new options such as Project Morpheus and GameFace have extended the technology’s reach to PlayStation 4 and mobile platforms respectively. Will Undercurrent find its way to these new platforms?
VRFocus recently put the question to Hammerhead Interactive’s lead designer, Christian Frausig in an interview that will be published tomorrow. “Yeah, we’re interested in any sort of virtual reality devices,” Frausig revealed. That said, the developer also stated that the company was yet to try out other headsets, so work on any possible ports to other systems won’t have started just yet.
Undercurrent is a first-person adventure title in which players explore the Bermuda Triangle. It features underwater environments that are littered with the missing planes and other vehicles that are said to have gone missing within the area. A demo for the title is currently available for free over on the official Oculus VR Share beta. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s development, bringing you the latest.