Three One Zero’s space-set survival videogame ADR1FT, which supports the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD), has received a new set of updates. The title launched the same day as the headset and since then the developer has been busy smoothing out the issues players find.
ADR1FT is updating to version 188.8.131.5248, this new version features several improvements to the videogame:
- Show “breadcrumb“ icon when using EVA Scan
- Show state of use for narrative items in the world (blue/red = unused/used)
- Several EVA Free fixes
- Localization updates
The virtual reality (VR) title tells the story of an astronaut who wakes up floating in space. With a damaged EVA suit, a space station in bits and no memory of what happened, players must find out what happened, salvage what they can to survive and find a way home.
While the title only supports the Oculus Rift currently, Three One Zero will be porting the videogame to the HTC Vive. A previous posting on Steam said the update should be arriving this month.
ADR1FT is Three One Zero’s debut project and the studio has already teased the news that development on a second VR only title is underway, refraining from divulging more details at the time.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Three One Zero, reporting back any new announcements.