Go 6,000 Meters Beneath The Sea To Save A Dying Earth In Echoes VR

The team at Rogue Titan Games have revealed their upcoming virtual reality (VR) title Echoes VR. This title will immerse players in a mixture of stealth, action-adventure and survival gameplay that sees them dive into a system of underwater caves at 6,000 meters beneath the sea. Do you have what it takes to explore this beautiful yet deadly uncharted world and find a cure for a dying Earth?

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The indie videogame studio Rogue Titan Games came together in 2016 in Madrid. The founding members met while studying the Video Game Design and Development Master at The Madrid Polythechnic University. Echoes VR started life as the team’s final project for their masters and over time has evolved into a much bigger title. Now, after finishing their masters, Rogue Titan Games have become part of the PlayStation Talents Games Camp program, a place for videogame creation founded by Sony Interactive Entertainment, and are building a full release.

Inspired by the endless possibilities and freedom that VR technology offers players and developers, the team are working hard to create the best experience they can for players. With players needing to dive deep into the waters to uncover the secrets that lay beneath the surface and find a cure to a dying Earth. Players can expect to find plenty of exciting moments within this immersive title as they explore the seemingly endless cave system they are now in.

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Of course players will be able to defend themselves by means of a number of items and weapons – such as a handgun – but given that dangers could be lurking anyway, the option to play the title in stealth is possibility a more successful play style. From the teaser trailer, which can be viewed below, it does seem like the team at Rogue Titan Games are looking to ensure players have a range of options available to them in order to progress through this adventure.

Echoes VR is currently in development for the PlayStation 4 system and will be VR-compatible with the PlayStation VR when it launches in 2019. The team are also working on an Oculus Rift version as well but that will come at a later date. VRFocus will be sure to bring you all the latest on Echoes VR in the future so stay tuned for more.