It’s been a while since Poland-based developer The Farm 51 has provided an update on its anticipated virtual reality (VR) compatible project, Get Even. The team had been providing regular updates on the first-person shooter (FPS) throughout 2014, but has remained silent for much of this year. Recently the team has broken that silence, confirming that Get Even is indeed still in development. In fact, The Farm 51 has teased that it is now working with a ‘global publisher’ in order to promote its videogame.
“Ok guys, looks like we owe you an update!” the developer recently noted in an update on its Facebook page. “We know that recently nothing interesting happened around Get Even, and we’re sorry for that. Some of you even asked if the game is still in development: Of course it is! The reason for silence was very simple. We’re now working with global publisher (we will announce our cooperation soon) and thus we had to hold marketing activities for a while. But we didn’t hold on production side, that’s for sure! You may expect new stuff in upcoming months so stay with us…”
The studio hasn’t given any hints as to just which publisher it is working with at this point in time. Get Even is an ambitious FPS that aims to blend both single and multiplayer campaigns together, with players invading other campaigns. The title is comprised of both horror and puzzle-solving elements as players use a variety of gadgets to take down enemies. The title is expected to launch on both PC and PlayStation 4 with full support for the Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus head-mounted displays (HMD) respectively.
VRFocus will continue to follow Get Even closely, reporting back with any further updates on its progress.