Experiment Gone Rogue Blasts Onto Steam Early Access This Month

There's just under three weeks to go.

After announcing a third round of beta testing for its upcoming virtual reality (VR) title Experiment Gone Rogue last month,  Bulgarian indie developer Repulse Game Studio has now revealed a Steam Early Access release date, 21st November 2018.

Experiment Gone Rogue

Set in a dystopian future where an alien race, known as the Cirinians, has come to Earth and asserted itself as the ruler of humanity, Experiment Gone Rogue puts you in the shoes of a genetically enhanced super soldier who was created with the sole purpose of warfare. Like any good sci-fi story where the experiment goes awry, this time your the one killing and creating all sorts of destruction.

Experiment Gone Rogue is set to feature both smooth and teleportation style locomotion systems to move around the sci-fi locations, with a sizable arsenal of weapons at your disposal including rare upgraded versions to find. Repulse Game Studio also allows you to get your hands dirty with some physics-based punching mechanics to smash those Cirinians about – you are a super soldier after all. 

Purely single-player, there will be an unfolding storyline to discover, extra prizes to be won via various mini-games and a virtual Go-Go bar to chill in after completing one of the many boss fights.

Experiment Gone Rogue

The studio plan to be in Early Access for around 2 months with the initial version featuring five playable levels, while the final version will add a new level, new gameplay elements and overall polish. Repulse Game Studio estimates Experiment Gone Rogue has around 2.5 hours of gameplay currently.

Experiment Gone Rogue will be available via Steam Early Access from 21st November, with support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. For any further updates keep reading VRFocus.

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