If you’re looking for loads of virtual reality (VR) content in one convenient package then OrbusVR: Reborn has got you covered. The MMORPG has been around since 2017 and today developer Ad Alternum has announced its first DLC, a mini-story pack called Secrets of Mugwood which is due out this month.
Featuring all-new zones, NPCs, and questlines, Secrets of Mugwood lets players delve into the hidden microsystems of Patreayl to help a community of sentient lizards. Setting out from a quaint mushroom village, the journey will feature battles with belligerent bugs, spiders, monstrous plants and insect-infested tunnels to fight through.
Ad Alternum claims the story pack will include 10-15 hours of new gameplay across four mini zones. Players gain access to three new armour sets and two new weapons (per class), mounts, pets, Player House furniture and loads more. Suitable for solo or group missions, the mini-pack won’t offer players who purchase the DLC an advantage over those who don’t.
The pack will also add new climbing and Treasure Hunt mechanics, the former expanding the exploration possibilities while the latter has players using fragments of a map to find hidden treasure chests in the new mini zones. Secrets of Mugwood may introduce these mechanics but the studio plans on porting them into the main videogame in the future.
“We are very excited about the possibilities Story Packs will open up for us,” said Robert Dutton, Producer at Ad Alternum in a statement. “With a small team, the Packs are a great way for us to balance available resources to meet the needs of the current game while building toward the future. They give us the best of both worlds. They will allow us to add more content for players and explore new mechanics while providing additional funding to work on performance improvement, bug fixes, and other issues in the current game.”
OrbusVR: Reborn’s Mini Story Pack #1: Secrets of Mugwood is scheduled to arrive on 28th April 2020, priced at $9.99 USD through the game’s cash shop. The videogame supports Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index, with a free demo available via Steam. For further updates on OrbusVR: Reborn, keep reading VRFocus.