Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment is operative on an Oculus-exclusive first-person VR troops shooter.
Besides a fact that this plan will have zero to do with Titanfall or a arriving Jedi-focused Star Wars game, sum on a plan are scarce. However, it sounds like a concentration of Respawn’s initial incursion into VR is on bringing a tragedy of indeed anticipating yourself in a fight conditions to life around a energy of practical reality.
“A fight knowledge in VR unequivocally gives we a possibility to knowledge life closer to what a infantryman would knowledge in genuine combat,” Respawn CEO Vince Zampella pronounced in a proclamation trailer. “It gives we some-more of that feeling of paranoia and that tension.”
The plan is still in a unequivocally early stages of development, though Respawn’s VR diversion sounds like it will be most some-more grounded than a Titanfall series, in some-more ways than one.
“We unequivocally wish to etch being a infantryman in fight in a some-more entirely fleshed out and picturesque way,” Respawn operative Jon Shiring said.
Respawn’s “super secret” untitled Oculus-exclusive will launch for (at least) a Rift someday in 2019.
Source: Respawn Entertainment