Today, ROCKFISH Games has announced that its rogue-like space combat title EVERSPACE will fully launch out of Steam Early Access this month, bringing with it full virtual reality (VR) support.
VR support has been teased since the studio first revealed the title back in early 2015. Then later that year its launched a successful Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign, reaching some €420,252 EUR, whilst releasing a video showcasing the VR development. That’s all now set to come to fruition with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR owners finally getting to play the title.
EVERSPACE will launch on Friday, 26th May 2017. In the announcement on Steam ROCKFISH Games wrote: “The Full Release version will add the story elements with missions, cutscenes and video sequences, as well as full VR support. Next to many tweaks and bugfixes, version 1.0 will also add Steam Achievements and Trading Cards. The promised Hardcore Mode did not make it in time and will get added post release as a free update. We’ll also start working on Joystick support right after release.
“The Full Release version will support the following languages: Chinese (Simplified + Traditional), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish (Latin America). Voice Overs will be available in English and German.”
EVERSPACE is a single-player shooter, putting greater emphasis on story than multiplayer focused titles like EVE Valkyrie. Players will be able to engage in dogfights, mine resources to craft equipment and modify ships, loot blueprints for exotic weaponry and much more.
Checkout the new gameplay video below, and for any further VR updates to EVERSPACE, keep reading VRFocus.