Collaborate to keep your ship running as you go through ion storms and solar flares with the alpha coming on December 3.
Hipfire Games, studio formed by Supercell and Rovio veterans, has opened the registration to test the alpha that will launch in december of your ships game Failspace, which will feature cross-platform multiplayer (Rift, Vive and Windows MR). The title, which will bet on a humorous touch, consists of solving different crises, together with other people in cooperative, on board a transport ship that has to make different shipments. To solve the problems that will arise along our trips, teamwork will be essential, as there will be situations in which we will have to localize and quickly fix the failures that will occur to our space vehicle, in addition to caring for our cargo, which may be from works of art, expensive and fragile until a group of refugees aliens or rare animals.
“This is the beginning of the multiplayer revolution in VR! Our promise to our community is not to compromise the quality of the VR experience we intend to deliver by rushing any mobile aspect of the game. When the game launches, and we have the players happy, we will focus on integrating our technology to create a high-quality VR game where everyone can play together, even when there are only a limited number of VR devices available. By the end of 2019 we will be ready to bring VR and mobile users together in a fun and meaningful multiplayer game, ” he says Antti Sartanen, CEO of Hipfire.
The games are designed to offer a duration of 10 minutes. The alpha, which will be available on December 3, will focus on ensuring that the title offers a high-quality multiplayer experience.
For later, the team plans to support mobile devices (not specifying whether VR) without losing cross-platform play.