VR Visio’s Unreal Engine virtual reality (VR) shooter, Special Forces VR, has been announced for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Now the studio are giving us a behind-the-scenes look at the game in a new video. The developers recently announced a variety of details about the game, including a closed beta, due to go live in September 2017. The game will be compatible with a variety of peripherals too, including the PlayStation Aim controller, and a range of specialised VR peripherals, such as haptic suits and guns.
VR Visio boast; “HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR gamers will soon get a chance to test this next-level multiplayer VR shooter. It is one of the first titles offering cross-platform multiplayer, allowing console and PC gamers to fight in a single deathmatch.”
In the video below, VR Visio show off behind the scenes shots of their studio, and the development of Special Forces VR. They also talk about some of the techniques they used to create the game, and what players can expect from the closed beta, coming in September.
Special Forces VR is very promising – there’s definitely room in the VR space for a great cross-platform shooter, and that’s exactly what VR Visio are promising. Perfect, given that not everyone owns the same VR headset, and PC players will now finally be able to enjoy games with their PlayStation VR pals.
If you’re interested in the Special Forces VR beta test, sign up here. For more on the game, watch the behind-the-scenes video below.
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