Today, prolific virtual reality (VR) creator Resolution Games has not one but two announcements regarding a couple of titles. Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs is getting new content whilst Cook-Out: Sandwich Tale will be making its way to PC VR headsets on Steam soon.
Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs is getting another Spooky Levels update, taking players to the fourth and final Terror Peak world to defeat the dreaded Dr. Frankenswine. The addition of these free levels will bump the total number of studio created levels to 104. Whilst there won’t be anymore after this, the videogame does of course feature a level builder for an endless of player-created content.
As for Cook-Out: Sandwich Tale, it launched for Oculus Quest and Rift back in September 2020 and will soon be making its way over to Steam. Thus expanding support to Valve Index and HTC Vive as well as Oculus Rift. No date has yet been set with Resolution Games merely stating it’ll arrive “in the coming months.”
Rovio Entertainment’s bird flinging puzzler hit in early 2019, allowing fans of the franchise to step into this world like never before. You can move around the 3D structures to pinpoint the optimum location to launch Red and his gang of birds and bring the pigs buildings down.
Cook-Out: A Sandwich Tale was one of VRFocus’ favourite VR party videogames of 2020. Supporting up to four players, everyone is tasked with helping prepare delicious sandwiches for hungry customers, each with their own particular preferences. Gameplay turns into a frantic race to slice, grill and perfectly plate up orders.
Resolution Games is working on another couple of projects for 2021 including Demeo, a turn-based role-playing game (RPG) for multiple platforms. Its also helping publish Odd Raven Studios’ Carly and the Reaperman for Oculus Quest.
As the studio announces further details regarding its current and future projects, VRFocus will let you know.