Earlier today VRFocus announced that Child of Cooper, the brand new title from Stockholm-based developer, Might and Delight, would be supporting virtual reality (VR) technology when it releases in the near future. There’s still a lot to learn about this support but the developer has now released a deeper look at the piece itself in the form of a new trailer. Said trailer can now be seen below.
The clip, which lasts just under a minute and a half, provides a closer look at the experience’s surreal visuals and art style. The title will see players relive the memory of a child, with Might and Delight teasing that its narrative won’t wait for your actions in order to progress. In fact, players will even have to learn the title’s controls for themselves without any help.
“We’ve been fascinated by the concept of virtual reality for quite some time, but had struggled to find the right project to fully throw our weight behind. However, thanks to Child of Coopers first person perspective, evocative music and surreal visuals VR is actually the ideal platform to get the most fully fleshed out Child of Cooper experience,” said Anders Westin, CEO of Might and Delight.
VRFocus will continue to follow Child of Cooper closely, reporting back with any further updates on its progress.