With Oculus Touch only a week away from launch its going to be an important festive season for Oculus. Over the last few weeks developers have been announcing supporting experiences for launch but today Other Ocean Interactive has revealed its title Giant Cop: Justice Above All will now be delayed until next year.
In a statement on the developers website the team state: “We know we’ve been pretty quiet lately; development is going well and we are keeping our heads down, working hard on Giant Cop. Creating a compelling narrative experience in virtual reality is no easy feat but the team is committed to releasing a game that meets a high standard. For this reason, we have to delay the release of Giant Cop on the Oculus Rift + Touch by a few months.
“This means that our plan to bring Giant Cop optimized for Vive and PSVR are also delayed, but we believe the extra development time will make the game better.
“We know this announcement is going to disappoint a lot of people, but we want to make sure we get this right, so we ask for your patience as we continue to work hard on Giant Cop: Justice Above All. We’ll be updating our website & storefronts over the next few days with some new information, so stay tuned!”
If you’ve not heard of Giant Cop: Justice Above All, players police Micro City as an enormous officer than can pick up criminals and throw them into a police station. There will be bank heists to foil, car chases to stop and all manner of other criminal activities to fend off to keep the city in check.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Giant Cop: Justice Above All, reporting back with any further announcements.