A theme park simulator compatible with Oculus Rift and Morpheus arrives. Atom Universe will put at our disposal various attractions that we can enjoy in virtual reality together with other online users.
The release of Atom Universe will take place on PC first and on PS4 later, since the project has been approved by Sony recently, although a demo for Windows can already be accessed and throughout the month it will also be possible to test on PS4 (without virtual reality). In principle, the game will feature a main hub and 3 attractions: minikarts racing, shooting gallery and motor stunts. The main hub is located in the center of the park and will be surrounded by the attractions. It will be the meeting point with other players and we can use it to chat, dance, drive vehicles and perform other interactions such as sitting on benches, peeking through the walls and all kinds of actions between avatars.
The goal is to launch the game in three phases: the first will include the content developed by the creators of the game, the second will expand it with content created by approved creators and the last will see the launch of public development tools so that anyone can expand the game, even allowing the creation of roller coasters.
The game will be released in August this year and will receive new attractions and features every 2 months. The goal of the Kickstarter campaign, which ends on April 15, is to raise £20,000, and what we pay will be returned to us in the form of Atomz, the virtual in-game currency needed to take part in the attractions. $15 translates into 15 Atomz, $30 into 45 Atomz, and so on. The campaign does not explain if we will have to buy more Atomz when we run out, or if we can get them by playing the game, which according to its creators will be free to play.