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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:53pm 19/08/16 | 2 Comments
By the time Santa gets around to visiting every house in the world over the course of a single evening this December via chimneys that may or may not exist, he'll be bringing along three different Virtual Reality boxes in his sack. The Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, and HTC Vive. Can the market support three VR devices? Who knows, but we do know Ubisoft won't be playing favourites when it launches Eagle Flight, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and Werewolves Within this holiday season across all three Virtual devices.


First up, Eagle Flight, the one where you can soar over the iconic city of Paris across single-player and competitive multiplayer modes. Eagle Flight will be released on Oculus Rift on October 18, PlayStation VR November 8, and HTC Vive December 20.


Next up, the big one. For nerds like Stephen Farrelly at least. Star Trek: Bridge Crew from Ubisoft Studio Red Storm Entertainment. It's the one where you get to live out that age-old fantasy of being aboard a Starfleet ship as a member of the Federation. Playing solo as the Captain or as part of a crew, Star Trek: Bridge Crew has been designed from the ground up as the ultimate Star Trek VR experience. And its coming to all three VR platforms on November 29.


Finally, and also from Red Storm Entertainment, comes Werewolves Within. A social game where up to eight players role-play as townsfolk trying to sort out who among them is a werewolf. This too is coming to all three VR platforms on December 6.

Oh, and as a neat little bonus the PlayStation 4 version of Trackmania Turbo will be getting a specific VR patch on November 8 to take advantage of PlayStation VR.



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uglyduckling81
Posted 08:46am 20/8/16
Really waiting for Subnautica to come to the Vive. Really hope they come up with a nice control scheme for it using room scale.
StopShootingMe
Posted 01:21pm 21/8/16
Werewolf (or Resistance and the like) would be great fun on VR. I also want to see Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes adapted for the Vive controllers.

I love Subnautica, but its present Vive compatibility is terrible so I'm taking a break from it. I don't want to ruin another game for myself before it leaves early access :)
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