The Adorable VR Cuteness That is Moss Now Available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive
The launch also comes with several new updates.
One of the most popular titles to launch this year for PlayStation VR has to be Polyarc’s Moss. Arriving at the end of February, Moss easily achieved the number one spot for downloads by headset owners. Today, Polyarc has announced the news PC VR users will be glad to hear, that Moss is now available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
With today’s launch the PC release brings with it a few added extras, enhancing the depth and immersion as the videogame has been optimised for both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. So along with high-resolution graphics, players will find it easy and comfortable to interact with Moss’ environment using the Oculus Touch and HTC Vive controllers.
Additionally, Polyarc has added multiple save slots and additional support for Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Spanish, and Italian languages to Moss for PC. PlayStation VR owners will receive the save slot and additional language support update next week, on 12th June, 2018.
Originally announced during last years Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Moss stars a small little mouse called Quill. In the adventure players guide her on an epic journey, solving puzzles and exploring a larger-than-life world while also manipulating the field of play as their own character and key ally to Quill. They explore caves, forests, and foreboding ruins that are filled with ancient artifacts, mysterious creatures, and sprawling views.
When VRFocus reviewed Moss on PlayStation VR we gave it a full five stars stating: “Moss is a flawlessly crafted experience starring a character that absolutely deserves to be the face of modern VR. Every inch of the world shows attention to detail, and a story is woven that draws you in, making you truly invested in the world and in Quill as a person. All that can be wished for is that there was more.”
Moss can be downloaded now for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive via Steam, Oculus and Viveport stores for $29.99 USD. For any further updates from Polyarc, keep reading VRFocus.