Squido Studio – the team best known for No More Rainbows – has begun teasing its next project. Called Anarchitects, it’s described as a VR/MR sandbox where you and your friends can get together and build all sorts of wacky creations.
While The Exorcist franchise might be iconic, it is not exactly known for having many decent entries. The Exorcist: Believer was the most recent film but that didn’t set the world alight. However, 2017’s The Exorcist: Legion VR was well received, with publisher Fun Train recently confirming Meta Quest 3 and PSVR 2 enhancements are on the way.
RedRuins Softworks’ sci-fi survival game Breathedge was never the most conventional of its genre. Released in 2021, trying not to die in space is no easy task, but at least you had an immortal chicken by your side. Thankfully, publisher HypeTrain Digital saw fit to bring the universe to VR, with Breathedge: Cosmic Cluck set to arrive for Meta Quest in a few days.
There aren’t many VR MMORPGs out there, with Ramen VR’s Zenith: The Last City one of the more notable ones. Unfortunately, that hasn’t helped with user numbers with the studio running at a loss. So the team has pivoted to a free-to-play model and a rebrand. Now called Zenith: Nexus, a new game mode called Infinite Realms has now arrived as an open beta.
When you think of 4A Games only one franchise really comes to mind, and that’s Metro 2033. The team took the novel of the same name by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky and built an exciting game world out of it. While Metro forms the DNA of the studio, that’s not everything they have to offer. In fact, 4A Games was an early VR adopter, one of the most high profile to say they were making a VR game. So here’s a little history of Metro developer 4A Games.
Over the years videogames have become bigger, grander, and more fantastical. One of the genres that players love the most is ‘survival’, offering potentially hundreds of hours of gaming joy. The world of VR is no different. Here are what we think are the best VR survival games currently available.
Just like Ghosts of Tabor, the early access launch of Blacktop Hoops has done exceedingly well. Released for Steam and Quest (via App Lab) in April 2022, the game has received thousands of positive ratings! Now developer Vinci Games has announced that Blacktop Hoops will be leaving early access this Spring.