VRFocus has been following the progress of indie videogame All the Delicate Duplicates since the first trailer arrived back in July. A project by Andy Campbell and Mez Breeze, registrations opened for the videogame beta earlier this month and yesterday that beta opened for those gamers who signed up.
All ready an award-winning title before its even launched (2016 Game City Festival Best Overall Game Award), All the Delicate Duplicates is a surreal puzzle adventure focusing on computer engineer, John, and his daughter Charlotte. They inherit a collection of weird objects from a relative that neither of them remember, and the pair start to believe that the objects might be transforming their realities and memories.
The beta is for PC only, non-virtual reality (VR), and will run until 23:00 GMT on 28th November, open to anyone over the age 16. While the beta doesn’t support VR, the final release will do, although the developers as yet haven’t confirmed which head-mounted displays (HMDs) will be supported.
If you haven’t yet signed up to the beta there’s still time, head to the All the Delicate Duplicates website to register and wait for a confirmation email with further instructions.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of All the Delicate Duplicates, reporting back with any further updates.