2017 hasn’t had the best of starts in terms of new virtual reality (VR) content, but a lot of gamers are still likely getting through their sale purchases from December. For those that are looking ofr something new and are fans of real-time strategy (RTS) videogames, Siegecraft Commander has now arrived on HTC Vive.
First announced by Blowfish Studios in May 2016, Siegecraft Commander features a single-player campaign, while providing both turn-based and RTS options for online multiplayer matches. The title takes a slightly different tact to normal tower defence gameplay by connecting all the towers players build with walls. This form’s an interweaving web of defences, but the problem for players is if a structure is demolished, the towers it helped build also crumble, leading to potential domino-like effects where entire forts are destroyed with one well-placed attack.
While Siegecraft Commander launched on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, as well as HTC Vive, it was also due to support Oculus Rift at the same time. Currently the videogame doesn’t appear on the Oculus Store and the Rift isn’t listed under supported headsets on Steam.
Blowfish Studios is currently running a limited time discount for Steam users with a 30 percent discount available until 23rd January. This drops the price down from £14.99 GBP to £10.49. If you want to get a better idea of what the title is like, checkout VRFocus‘ review which gave Siegecraft Commander a respectable 4 stars.
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