Last week VRFocus reported on Multiverse Entertainment releasing new artwork for its first-person shooter (FPS) Seeking Dawn, coming to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive this summer. Today during Intel’s press conference at E3 2017 the first proper video footage has been shown, detailing a little more for the gameplay itself.
It was actually demoed in mixed reality (MR) – which is becoming a popular choice for VR studio’s to showcase their projects – with a popular YouTuber getting to grips with the first-person shooter (FPS) on HTC Vive.
For the first time Seeking Dawn will be on public demonstration at E3 2017, giving attendees the first chance to get their hands on the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift compatible title – naturally VRFocus will bring you a preview later in the week.
Set to feature over 10 hours worth of gameplay with a massive overarching storyline, Seeking Dawn puts players into an immersive alien “death world” full of hidden dangers and hostile creatures. Alongside multiplayer co-op, the title is set to feature crafting, cooking and gathering mechanics, survival elements such as sickness, hunger and oxygen, construction of buildings and defence, as well as thousands of weapon configurations and rarity tiers.
Also revealed at the Intel conference was multiplayer arena videogame Echo Arena will be free for Oculus Rift users in July.
VRFocus will be at E3 2017 all week, reporting back with the latest VR news from the event.