Nival VR has today launched its second virtual reality (VR) title on Steam, InCell VR, as previously reported by VRFocus. Following the successful InMind VR, InCell VR is a high speed racing experience designed for use with the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD).
Built with the Unity Engine, InCell VR casts the player as a medical professional working with robots to directly target the source of viral infection. In order to do this, the player’s character is shrunk to microscopic level and enters the host’s nervous system, racing against the infection to administer a vaccine direct to the nuclei.
Though built with the intention of offering a VR experience, InCell VR is playable on a traditional 2D monitor also. The same build of the videogame offers both head-controlled movement or more traditional control methods, such as gamepad or arrow keys.
InCell VR is available to purchase via Steam now, priced at £3.39 GBP throughout the launch week (typically priced at £3.99), and according to the official website for the videogame will also soon be making its way to iOS, Android and Windows Phone mobile formats. VRFocus has been hands-on with InCell and will bring you a detailed review later today.