EVE Valkyrie is introducing cross-platform VR play

EVE On-line’s immersive VR shooter EVE Valkyrie could be the first digital reality sport to provide pass-platform play.

The declaration changed into made within the beginning ceremony at EVE Fanfest 2016 in Reykjavik, Iceland by using Owen O’Brien, govt producer on Valkyrie at developer CCP’s Newcastle studio.

EVE Valkyrie is to be had now on Oculus Rift, and can be a release title on Ps VR while it debuts in October. CCP has additionally introduced the sport might be coming to HTC Vive. The game sees five-on-five teams of fighter jets blasting every out of the depths of space, and it’s pretty amusing Eftcrop.

The existing Oculus Rift model of the game has already attracted a sturdy following amongst early VR adopters. O’Brien found out some awesome stats – gamers have together destroyed over two hundred,000 stores, engaged in extra than 8000 battles, and the top three (perhaps barely obsessive) gamers by myself have one thousand matches among them. Now not horrific for a recreation that launched on 28 March.

additionally, announced became a new sport mode coming to the team primarily based shooter, Carrier Attack. This asymmetric combat mode will see a group of fighter ships working together to take down a large frigate. Weapons want to be disabled, shields taken down, and defences compromised, ultimately permitting ships to barrel through trench runs and into the Carrier’s indoors to spoil its reactor.

The update will also convey numerous other new features to the sport, along with a new map and the option to configure a joystick for use in VR – perfect for a flight recreation. These, together with Provider Assault, will arrive with EVE Valkyrie’s summer season update. Further enhancements are planned, which includes better squad constructing options and a higher progression gadget.


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Go-platform play is currently undated however probable to be carried out across the launch of Ps VR, while customers may be capable of get their fingers on all three platforms.