Gear VR’s Drop Dead Coming to Oculus Rift this Spring

Arriving just in time for Halloween 2016, Drop Dead was Pixel Toys first virtual reality (VR) release supporting Samsung Gear VR. Today the studio has confirmed the zombie shooter will be heading to Oculus Rift with Oculus Touch support this spring. 

For the Oculus Rift version, Drop Dead will get a graphical upgrade to make use of the extra processing capabilities on offer. Players will have 41 undead filled single-player levels to work through, or if they wish to team up co-op and multiplayer will feature. There will be a co-op Horde Mode and a competitive four-person multiplayer on offer. Additionally, Pixel Toys will include support for Oculus Avatars, and several new weapons.

Drop Dead - Oculus Touch

Samsung Gear VR players won’t miss out either. The mobile version of Drop Dead will receive a free update adding all the additional Rift content, bolstering the Gear VR’s single-player by an additional 14 levels.

February hasn’t been slow for Oculus Touch content, with Craft Keep VR, and Google Tilt Brush both supporting the controllers , alongside Carbon Games confirming support for AirMech: Command should be arriving soon.

For the latest updates from Pixel Toys on Drop Dead, keep reading VRFocus.