Joy Way introduced two new VR video games, Red Flowers and Stack, and likewise confirmed Stride Fates arrives quickly on Meta Quest and PC VR.
Revealed in the course of the Upload VR 2022 Winter Showcase, Red Flowers appears to be like like Ghostrunner in VR. Described as a “lightning-fast action VR platformer in which the enemy always outnumbers you,” you’ll slice your approach by means of this dystopian metropolis, killing enemies in brutal trend with a katana. Scheduled for arrival subsequent yr on Quest, an open beta is out there now by means of App Lab or SideQuest, which incorporates one realm with a number of ranges.
Next, now we have Stack, a VR multiplayer sport set in a post-apocalyptic surroundings that helps as much as 10 gamers. Your purpose includes timing disc bounces to remove opponents, providing a number of traditional modes like Capture the Flag and Control Point. Like Red Flowers, an open beta is dwell on App Lab and SideQuest, which incorporates 1v1 Duels and Team Deathmatch, however there’s no confirmed launch window.
Finally, Joy Way supplied an replace on Stride’s upcoming story mode, Fates. Available as a free replace, Joy Way confirms it will carry “new parkour mechanics, new physics, and new characters.” Multiplayer fixes are additionally promised, alongside full-body participant fashions and personal lobbies. You can see that in motion under:
Stride is out there now for $14.99 on the Meta Quest platform, PC VR by way of Steam and Viveport, and PSVR (for $19.99). However, whereas Fates arrives as a free replace on December 15, that’s presently solely confirmed for Steam and Quest.