British developer Tammeka will be offering attendees at the VR World Congress (VRWC) in April the chance to try out the PlayStation VR (PSVR) version of racing game Radial G. This will be the first time this version of the videogame will be demonstrated for the public, the studio confirmed on Twitter.
Radial G: Racing Revolved was designed specifically with virtual reality (VR) in mind and has previously been available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Tammeka announced last October that the title was to be ported to the PSVR, but as of yet there has been no firm release date.
The PSVR version of the videogame will feature some updates and improvements. Three new unlockable ships will be available. Tammeka will also be adding new weapons such as Mines, Auto Cannon and Homing Missiles. Two new race modes are also being added in; Race Combat and Combat Championship.
Tammeka is joining a large range of VR industry figures at VRWC, including the likes of Microsoft, who are demonstrating the HoloLens, Oculus Story Studio co-founder Edward Saatchi, who will be delivering a talk on making VR movies. Unity will also be present, showing off several VR titles made with the Unity Engine.
The VR World Congress is taking place on 11th-13th April at Millennium Square in Bristol, UK. You can find out more details about the event at the official VRWC website.
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