Lots of Juicy Shooty Fruity Screenshots Revealed.

nDreams' latest VR title includes some appeeling gameplay.

On Friday VRFocus reported on nDreams officially announcing the launch date for its next virtual reality (VR) title, a peachy first-person shooter (FPS) called Shooty Fruity. Alongside the new trailer, the studio also released a bunch of new screenshots for you to plum through.

The new images showcase some of the environments, weapons and enemies you’ll come across while trying to achieve some of the day to day tasks in Shooty Fruity, like manning the cashier counter or relaxing in the staff room.

Shooty Fruity challenges you to scan, pack, serve and more whilst firing stacks of guns at tons of mutant fruit across their glowing supermarket ‘Career’. Designed from the ground up for VR headsets and motion controls, all sorts of mutant produce such pineapples, pomegranates and more will descend upon you whilst multitasking jobs across numerous shifts, including the newly revealed Canteen job role. The staff room isn’t just some area to chill out, it’s also the game’s central hub where players can purchase new weapons, customise and then test their load out, including C4 launchers, flak cannon-style shotguns and more, all whilst grabbing a cup of coffee.

Mixing wave shooter gameplay, with some British humour, Shooty Fruity from prominent VR studio which has already produced a number of well known titles, such as Gunner for Gear VR back in 2015, Danger Goat for Google Daydream earlier this year, and The Assembly for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift in 2016. nDreams also publish VR videogames for other studios like Paw Print Games’ 2D side-scrolling beat-‘em-up Bloody Zombies.

As previously reported, pre-orders for Shooty Fruity are now available, unlocking exclusive content like new weapons and skins ready for launch in a few weeks time on 19th December.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of nDreams and Shooty Fruity, reporting back with the latest updates.

 

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