On Wednesday VRFocus reported on Cloudlands: VR Minigolf developer Futuretown revealing a new full body control system called 5D Totalmotion. Alongside the modular device which can be adapted to different virtual reality (VR) experiences, Futuretown also unveiled four videogames designed to support the system, made by itself and company partners. Now further screenshots and artwork have been released of those titles.
Those four supporting titles were: Whiteout: Ski VR, Infinity Rider: Motorcycle VR, Wave Breaker: Surf VR, and Stallion Adventures: Horse Riding VR. Each one ideally suits one of the three modules revealed so that players can actually ride a bike in VR, or feel like they’re skiing down a mountainside.
Futuretown developed Whiteout: Ski VR and Stallion Adventures: Horse Riding VR. The former gives players the sense of flying down alpine slopes, weaving through snow-covered trees, and hitting big air, while the latter takes players on a safari ride galloping through the wilds of Africa on horseback, meeting elephants, giraffes, cheetahs, and other wild animals on the way. Mitfun developed Infinity Rider: Motorcycle VR, so players can race down narrow mountain passes, hugging turns and speed through hand-crafted landscapes. While Formosoft’s Wave Breaker: Surf VR gives players not only the chance to surf big waves on the ocean, but also race down narrow river rapids.
The 5D Totalmotion platform has been on display at Tokyo Game Show (TGS) 2016 this week, and as more details are released about the system VRFocus will let you know.