Earlier this week VRFocus reported that upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible videogame Get Even would be featuring real-world 3D scans for its environments using graphics middleware company Graphine’s Granite software development kit (SDK). The title will be one of the first to use this concept when it launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Now a new screenshot of the upcoming title has arrived, which can be seen below.
The image showcases a mist-drenched wooded environment from Get Even‘s campaign. The amount of detail present in the shot is certainly impressive, with rubber tyres littering the floor, an abandoned car lying in disarray, and hundreds of trees lining up along the hills in the background. If this represents the level of detail players can expect from the Granite SDK then the rest of Get Even‘s campaign should prove to be a visual treat.
That said, not much else is known about the upcoming first-person shooter (FPS) right now. Live gameplay is yet to be shown and developer The Farm 51 has only released a small amount of information on the title. It is known that the campaign intends to blur the lines between single-player and multiplayer gameplay, with players invading eachother’s campaigns. The experience is expected to contain elements of horror and puzzle-solving along with traditional FPS action.
The Farm 51 intends to integrate Get Even with full support for both the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) on PC and the Project Morpheus HMD on PlayStation 4. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress going forward, reporting back with any further updates on its development.