It’s becoming much more common to see game awards featuring VR/AR categories. Sometimes, XR finalists even make it into other categories as well. That’s the case with the upcoming TIGA Games Industry Awards, with nine VR games making the cut.
The latest narrative adventure for PlayStation VR 2 is Wolf & Woods’ The Last Worker. Focused around Kurt, the last person working in Jüngle’s huge distribution centre, he’s soon breaking rules and solving puzzles to get out. If you’ve bought the game and want to up that trophy count, here are all 32 PSVR 2 trophies for The Last Worker on your PlayStation 5.
Wolf & Wood is a developer that knows what it is doing when it comes to VR. Yet the studio’s catalogue is a really mixed bag. From the excellent, The Exorcist: Legion VR to the hit-and-miss that was Hotel R’n’R, its latest title The Last Worker is a return to form, sort of, on Meta Quest 2. It’s been a while since I last played a VR game where I switched between enjoyment and boredom in quick succession. Wanting more, then wanting less as narrative and gameplay collided into one package to be distributed to the masses.
We live in an ever-increasingly automated society, where we buy goods online from warehouses staffed by fewer and fewer people. And that’s the exact premise for Wolf & Woods’ latest videogame The Last Worker. Albeit, in this narrative, you literally become The Last Worker, offering an eerie look at humanity’s future later this month.
Publisher Wired Productions and independent studio Wolf & Wood have announced that The Last Worker is set to launch in 2023. The game is a first-person narrative adventure centered around humanity’s struggle in an increasingly automated world, where humans are being replaced by robots.