It’s been over a month now since indie developer PostMod Softworks cancelled the Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible title, The Old City. Low funding caused the team to bring the campaign to an early end, with intentions to relaunch after E3 2014 had come and gone. It’s now been two weeks since the big event and while the developer hasn’t revealed any details on its second crowd funding attempt, it has shared some new screenshots of the title.
A total of four new screenshots can be seen below, taken from the developer’s various blog posts. They show off more of the title’s environment, which players will explore as they journey from sewers to the surface of an ancient kingdom. One shot in particular shows a series of buildings perched on top of what appear to be floating boulders. Until now, most of what’s been seen of The Old City had been grounded in reality; what could this mean for the title?
PostMod Softworks remains insistent that The Old City will be finished despite its Kickstarter setback. The title is a first-person exploration experience in which players can follow non-linear paths to uncover more about the city. It’s set to arrive with full support for the Oculus Rift VR headset on PC. VRFocus will continue to follow The Old City‘s progress, bringing you all the latest on its development.