It was just over a month ago now that indie developer Wales Interactive delayed the then-imminent launch of its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible sci-fi title, Infinity Runner. At the time, the developer reasoned that it had two fast approaching launches of other titles to focus on. That said, the free-running title hasn’t been delayed all that long, with the team recently revealing that it will be available very soon.
Infinity Runner‘s Steam page now lists the title for a 14th July 2014 release, which the developer has confirmed to VRFocus to be accurate. That pits the title at just a week away from release from today on PC, Mac and Linux, though it is yet to receive a date on its other intended platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Wii U. While Oculus Rift support will be included with the release of this version of the title, the developer also hopes to support Project Morpheus on PlayStation 4.
Infinity Runner is a first-person experience in which players control a prisoner escaping an enormous spaceship that has come under attack by a werewolf. Players will utilise a mix free-running and mixed martial arts to get through levels as quickly as possible. While the single player campaign boasts 14 levels, the title also includes a multiplayer mode in which up to 32 players can go head-to-head.
Look for Infinity Runner‘s full release next week, then. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress, bringing you all the latest on it leading up to launch and beyond.