Previously VRFocus has reported on virtual reality (VR) title Retrograde launching its Steam Greenlight campaign in the hopes it will get enough up-votes to become available on Valves digital sharing platform. In just 8 days the title achieved its Greenlight goals. The first person puzzle solving title is set to be compatible with the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD).
The title puts players in the mind of a patient with amnesia. Solving intricate puzzles will help piece back together the patient’s fractured memories. The puzzles featured are based around gravity. However the gravity hinders the player, as it plays by its own rules. There are different goals for the player to achieve, it could be you need a box which is stuck to a wall. Using gravity manipulation, users can alter gravity to solve the puzzle.
A standard demo was released however it does not currently support VR HMDs. This is something that the developer is keen on adding in the future. Also features are to be added on full release including minigames, timed challenges and secret areas.
The videogame is due to release in the Summer 2015 though this is subject to change. It is also unknown if this will come with the Oculus Rift version or if a VR version will be released on a later date. VRFocus will keep you updated on the latest VR content.