Resolution Games is an avid supporter of mobile virtual reality (VR) headsets, having supported Samsung Gear VR in the early days with Bait! and then most recently the Lenovo Mirage Solo with Narrows. Now the studio has revealed that the pirate adventure will be accessible to even more players, with it being rolled out to Oculus Go and Gear VR.
Narrows lets you take to the high seas, heading to the Caribbean during the golden age of piracy to make your fortune. Combining real-time crew-management with ship-to-ship combat, there are plenty of customization options to tweak your cannons and crew for battle, plus rogue-like replayability. Gameplay also includes swashbuckling sword fights, charting your own course, and making sure your crew of misfits are healthy and fed. Additionally, every time you start a new adventure Narrows will offer up a fresh set of maps and choices so players will never have the same experience twice.
“This holiday season is the perfect time to bring Narrows to more platforms for players to experience what we believe is one of our most exciting titles to date,” said Tommy Palm, Resolution Games co-founder and CEO in a statement. “We hope Narrows’ rich character interactions and abundant gameplay options will get everyone hooked on sailing the virtual high seas.”
You can buy Narrows now for Oculus Go and Gear VR from the Oculus Store for $8.99 USD/£6.99 GBP.
Alongside its VR titles, the studio has now ventured into augmented reality (AR), partnering with Rovio to bring Angry Birds to Magic Leap. Resolution Games most recently closed a $7.5 million series B round of funding to help expand development of its VR and AR projects. For further updates from the studio, keep reading VRFocus.