It’s a busy time for UK-based indie developer Tammeka Games. Having launched the Early Access version of its anticipated virtual reality (VR) compatible racer, Radial-G, in late 2014, the studio is now aiming to bring the title up to the standard of a full release. The team has been very transparent with its fan base in the past few months, providing them with updates on how development is coming along, and has now revealed its plans for future releases. As it turns out, Radial-G fans should have plenty to look forward to in the months to come.
Tammeka Games has told VRFocus that it is planning monthly updates for Radial-G, starting in early March 2015. These updates will include ‘at least’ two new tracks as well as new features that will address ‘replayability, player progression and much more.’ These updates will continue through to May, which is when the developer hopes to be launching the first full version of the title. As the team has said in the past, players can still expect plenty more updates to arrive following on from that full release.
Radial-G is a sci-fi racing experience in which players compete on tubular tracks. The title features full support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). The Early Access version of the videogame is currently available for £9.99 GBP and includes three tracks based on one of the title’s environments along with three ships to choose from. Online multiplayer for up to 16 players is also included in this build, although the full title will increase that capacity to 32 along with adding new modes and tracks.
Tammeka Games also hopes to bring Radial-G to consoles, possibly to PlayStation 4 with support for the Project Morpheus HMD, although has nothing to official to announce just yet. VRFocus will continue to follow the title going forward, reporting back with any further updates on it.