It was reported not too long ago that Damaged Core, developed by High Voltage, was to release yesterday. Along with this release it was also announced that consumers would also get access to the beta build of High Voltage’s upcoming collectible card game (CCG), Dragon Front.
Not much was shared before about Damaged Core, but in the latest Oculus blog post there is much more detail, and the concept might be something that sparks interest for its unique twist. The title is a first person shooter (FPS) where the player takes the role of a human-friendly AI where they can teleport into enemy robots and effectively self destruct them, following a hostile machine uprising.
The title is described as “well-paced”, where it offers a balance of risk and reward. As you take over your enemies, you must take them down and jump to safety before you yourself are taken down.
Dragon Front, however, is a completely different kind of title, but it is still High Voltage working with Oculus Studios, so this partnership seems to be much more deeply set than a one-title partnership. This CCG lets players battle it out against each other where all that matters is skill level and how well their units perform when they come to life. There are boss battles between players and competitive leader boards, and players can choose from 280 characters, 80 different encampments, and more than 100 spells.
However, time’s running out as this offer for Dragon Front is only available during its launch week, which will finish on 6th September at 11.59 PT. Damaged Core is available for the Oculus Rift for $29.99 (USD).
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