Joy Way, the studio behind Stride and Against, introduced it has two new VR video games within the works that each seem to make good use of its fast-paced locomotion techniques. The studio additionally introduced we’re very near lastly getting a narrative mode to Stride, referred to as Fates, which is coming to the sport this month.
The studio unveiled the video games, titled Red Flowers and Stack, throughout the UploadVR Winter Showcase yesterday, displaying off some very slick gameplay.
Both are presently out there as a demo on Quest so you will get a style of what’s to come back. Check out the trailers beneath:
Description: Red Flowers is a lightning-fast motion VR platformer by which the enemy at all times outnumbers you, and the price of a mistake is dying. Slice your means by means of a utopian metropolis, shredding closely armed opponents with a lethal katana in a trendy super-fast method. Hone your abilities with every kill and overcome any obstacles on the best way to your purpose – eradicate the scourge.
Description: STACK is a VR multiplayer recreation about dashing by means of post-apocalyptic environments and timing disc bounces to eradicate your opponents. Play duels or crew up and rating huge to win! STACK will please anybody who loves fast-paced sports activities motion.
Stride Fates Story Mode
Stride Fates is almost right here, with the reveal trailer above saying it can arrive on Quest and SteamVR headsets on December fifteenth. The story mode seems to be fully-voiced, together with what looks like some very GTA-inspired traces from the sport’s previously helmet-clad baddies.
Joy Way says Fates will characteristic new parkour mechanics, new physics, and can inform a narrative from the lifetime of a chaser in a linear hour-long marketing campaign. It’s set to be a free replace, which will even deliver what the studio calls “important multiplayer fixes and enhancements, such as full-body character models and private lobbies.”