With just a few months to go until the launch of the consumer version of the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) plenty of videogame developers have come forward to pledge support for the device. Of course there are still many more titles for the device that remain under wraps. One team that’s recently confirmed it is working on a project for the Oculus Rift is LOOT Interactive, known for its work porting indie projects such as Back to Bed and The Last Tinker: City of Colors to consoles.
Studio co-founder Danilo Moura confirmed as much this week at the 2015 Virtual Reality Intelligence Conference and Expo (VRX). During a panel on VR interaction and storytelling Moura confirmed that the company is currently working on two projects, one of which is targeting the consumer version of the Oculus Rift. “I can’t wait to show them to you,” Moura said of both projects, though didn’t offer any hints as to what they might be and when fans might see them for the first time.
The Oculus Rift itself is due out in Q1 2016, though a specific date and price are yet to be announced.
VRFocus will continue to follow LOOT Interactive’s work in VR, reporting back with any further updates from the studio.