Thanks to Fast Travel Games hosting the VR Games Showcase during Gamescom 2019 last month all the developers in attendance not only showcased new and upcoming virtual reality (VR) titles, but they also handily recorded all the gameplay footage. All of which VRFocus has lovingly showcased over the last few days. Today, it’s the turn of Neat Corporation’s Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency the sequel to 2018’s stealth experience.
In VRFocus’ longest gameplay video from the event, there are over 20 minutes of embarrassing footage as we try to make it across the rooftops, taking down as many sentry robots as possible whilst showcasing some deadly bow skills.
If you’ve played the original Budget Cuts then you’ll know all about the teleportation gun, firing a blue blob around corners, into vents or anywhere else as you tried to avoid confrontation at all costs, grabbing a pair of scissors when in peril. In Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency stealth is still a factor but now you can be a lot more aggressive thanks to a new bow, care of Neat Corp’s partnership with Apex Construct developer Fast Travel Games.
It’s not just the bow that’s been added with Neat Corp including a much wider variety of environments as well as enemies to deal with. The aim is to expand the gameplay variety, keeping what made the original great whilst enriching the universe.
To see what VRFocus thought about the title take a look at the Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency preview which noted: “The collaboration between Neat Corporation and Fast Travel Games certainly seems to be paying off, with Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency offering a greatly improved experience. With a launch expected later this year the sequel turnaround has been quite rapid, however, the quality of the videogame shown didn’t feel rushed.”
Take a look at the gameplay footage from Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency below, or head on over to VRFocus’other gameplay videos from Gamescom 2019 including The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, Acron: Attack of the Squirrels and Down the Rabbit Hole. The title is expected to launch later this year for PC VR platforms like Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index. As further information is released VRFocus will keep you updated.