Spectral Games revealed plans to bring Render Cube’s PC game Medieval Dynasty to VR a couple of months ago. Called Medieval Dynasty New Settlement, the studio has confirmed a March release date for Meta Quest.
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.
It’s safe to say that Well Told Entertainment’s The Foglands didn’t quite meet expectations. The game originally appeared during a PlayStation showcase and looked like an exciting roguelike. It wasn’t, offering a rather dull FPS experience instead. But Well Told aims to fix those issues, announcing a new patch for The Foglands.
The Metro 2033 franchise is hugely popular on consoles and PCs, with three mainline games available in the series. Ranging from claustrophobic gaming to open-world adventure, the post-apocalyptic gameplay has garnered a lot of fans. And as you probably already know, Metro is coming to VR headsets. Called Metro Awakening, we answer some of your biggest questions, like is Meta Quest support available?
The end of 2023 saw some huge games arrive for VR headsets. Arizona Sunshine 2, Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR, Asgard’s Wrath 2 and Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2. That can make January a bit of a dull month for gaming news. Thankfully that wasn’t the case with PlayStation’s State of Play offering up a VR corker, Metro Awakening VR. If you’ve never played the franchise here’s why you should be excited for Metro Awakening this year.
Combat Waffle Studios’ Ghosts of Tabor has had an amazing run on Meta Quest’s App Lab. Released into the early access distribution channel in March 2023, the tactical shooter surpassed $3 million in revenue in only five months. Today, Ghosts of Tabor takes its next big step, leaving App Lab for the official Quest Store.
VR is littered with physical games where you can punch, dodge and generally enjoy melee combat. However, none of them are that focused on martial arts. That’s where Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu comes in, a game created by indie developer Ben Olding. In collaboration with Clique Games, Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu is getting its official Meta Quest store launch tomorrow.