The flood of developers pledging support to Samsung’s Gear VR smartphone-based virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) isn’t subsiding just year. Climax Studios, the developer behind the likes of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and Silent Hill: Origins has confirmed that it is working on some ‘incredible projects’ for the device. The news follows the reveal that the team is also working with the PlayStation 4’s Project Morpheus VR HMD, announced earlier in the year.
“Very excited to announce that we are working on some incredible projects for Samsung Gear VR,” the developer revealed in a post on Twitter. It’s not yet clear what any of these projects actually are, when they might release, or if any are the same as the title that the studio is working on for Project Morpheus. The team also shared an image of its Gear VR units arriving in crates, which can be seen below.
A wide range of developers have revealed that they are working with Gear VR in the wake of its announcement in Berlin, Germany yesterday on 3rd September 2014. The device itself is expected to launch in mid-October as an Innovator Edition aimed at developers and early adopters. VRFocus will continue to follow Gear VR and all of its supported titles going forward, reporting back with any further updates.