If you own Oculus Touch then one title that should definitely be in your library is Epic Games’ Robo Recall – its free and VRFocus gave it 5-stars – but it didn’t meet the needs of every gamer worldwide due to language restrictions. So the studio is rectifying that today by releasing an update to support four more languages.
The new localization update for Robo Recall adds custom voice over in German, Spanish, French and Korean alongside translated UI, menu and other graphic elements, such as the in-game Holo table and scoring events.
“Players have been blowing up the Robo Recall leaderboards since launch and we are now excited to see a localized version released for even more players in European and Asian markets,” said Epic Games producer Tommy Jacob in a statement.
Since Robo Recall launched on Oculus Rift back in March the title has seen several updates, with the largest being at the end of that month with 360-degree tracking added alongside other tweaks and improvements. Epic Games also ensured the videogame was open to community modding, so that fans or other developers could added their own flair to the experience – naturally a Star Wars mod has already appeared.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Epic Games and Robo Recall, reporting back with any further updates.