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Bullet Sorrow VR Arrives on Steam Early Access for HTC Vive

If you love shooting videogames there’s plenty to choose from on HTC Vive. From basic gun ranges and target shooting to in depth action adventures, there’s something for all tastes. Launched on Steam Early Access this week is Bullet Sorrow VR, an intense first-person shooter (FPS) from Chinese developer VikingVRStudio.

A single-player experience, Bullet Sorrow VR features a full story set in the 2030’s involving a mysterious global arms corporation and its experiments. They’ve been carrying out tests on humans, and the character awakens to find they have no memory of how they got there, but they now have a special ability, they can influence time.

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Using progressive Bullet Time abilities and a bunker-cover system to evade attacks, players have to work through three different maps each different from the last.

The studio plans to keep Bullet Sorrow VR in early access for around 6 – 12 months, in which time it plans to add a multiplayer feature, more gameplay modes, enemies and more.

“We had amazing feedback from the Steam community from our free demo and are thrilled to bring them a near-complete version of the game in early access,” said Zhou Jinyu, founder and CEO at Viking VR. “It’s great to be able to give players the kind of experience I’ve wanted to create ever since I played Time Crisis in an arcade and wondered how to make something that much fun, but even more immersive.”

Bullet Sorrow VR can currently be purchased with a 20 percent discount until 7th December. This drops the price from £14.99 GBP down to £11.99.

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