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nDreams Release new Shooty Fruity Trailer for PlayStation Experience

Shooty Fruity is scheduled for launch on 19th December.

Today the annual PlayStation Experience has begun in California, with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) showcasing the very latest content for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. If you happen to live in the UK you may not have stayed awake until 4am to see the livestream – which VRFocus’ dedicated team just so happened to do. As part of the event British virtual reality (VR) developer nDreams has released a new trailer for its upcoming title Shooty Fruity.

In Shooty Fruity players are challenged to multitask by scanning, packing and serving all whilst keeping mutant fruit at bay.  So whilst turning pineapples, pomegranates, oranges and more into bullet ridden juice on the floor, there are numerous shifts to complete, including the newly revealed Canteen job role. New weapons can be purchased in the staff room, the game’s central hub where players can also customise and test their load out, including C4 launchers, flak cannon-style shotguns, revolvers, assault rifles and more.

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While the video is purely for the PlayStation VR version of Shooty Fruity, when the title arrives on 19th December it will also support Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Pre-orders are available for €19.99 EUR/$19.99 USD/£15.99 GBP with early adopters getting free exclusive content, including the ‘Explody Bear’ grenade and the ‘Golden Guns’ skin pack for their arsenal.

VRFocus previewed an early version of Shooty Fruity, and caught up with Pat McGuigan, producer of Shooty Fruity at Gamescom 2017 to discuss the teams latest VR experience.

nDreams is the studio behind videogames such as Gunner for Gear VR, The Assembly for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift and Danger Goat for Google Daydream. It recently announced the launch of Danger Goat for Windows Mixed Reality headsets, further expanding Microsoft’s content lineup.

For any further updates to Shooty Fruity or announcements from nDreams, keep reading VRFocus.

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