Just over a week ago Tammeka Games released a major update for its virtual reality (VR) racing title Radial-G: Racing Revolved. The videogame, which currently supports both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive head-mounted displays (HMDs) will also be coming to PlayStation VR during the headsets launch window, and VRFocus has learnt all the latest features will be included.
Tammeka Games currently hasn’t confirmed the exact date it plans to launch Radial-G: Racing Revolved on PlayStation VR, but with the device only 10 days away from its worldwide release the videogame isn’t likely to be too far behind.
New features and improvements that have been added to this latest update included three ships, Omni, Uriel and Ursa, each with its own strengths and weaknesses, that can be unlocked through single-player career and multiplayer. Tammeka Games has also gone for a greater combat element by adding an assortment of weaponry to the roster including: Mines for slowing down opponents who are behind you, an Auto Cannon that locks onto enemies for easy shooting, fire and forget Homing Missiles plus many more.
Plus several new race modes with a Race Combat and Combat Championship now available. Race Combat is for online multiplayer or racing against AI while Combat Championship is just for single-player.
VRFocus got a preview before the update when live for further details on what to expect for the PlayStation VR version when it lands. Tammeka Games also added beta support for the Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) headset in the update, expanding the title’s platform reach.
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