Andy Campbell and Mez Breeze’s upcoming videogame All the Delicate Duplicates has been on VRFocus’ radar since its was first announced in 2016 under a different title, Pluto. While the developers have confirmed virtual reality (VR) support for the videogame, to begin with All the Delicate Duplicates will see a PC release, arriving next month.
A single-player first-person narrative title that toys with the concept of time, All The Delicate Duplicates is about a computer engineer, John, and his daughter Charlotte. After inheriting a collection of weird objects from a mysterious relative, that neither of them can remember, the pair start to believe that the objects might be transforming their realities and memories, and begin to piece together the disturbing truth behind ‘Aunt Mo’.
All The Delicate Duplicates is set to launch on 17th February via Steam for standard PC monitors. The VR version is expected to arrive later this year although no date has yet been confirmed, or which head-mounted displays (HMDs) it’ll support.
As further details on All The Delicate Duplicates are released, VRFocus will bring you the latest.