The company, which is working on its next game that will have Spanish language, accumulates the majority of sales of its game in the Valve store and in the Sony store.
During our visit to Gamescom, we had the opportunity to greet in person part of the team of Fast Travel Games, the Swedish studio formed by industry veterans (EA, Rovio and DICE) that launched this year Apex Construct, its first virtual reality game that they have just added today also to the content offered by the Viveport subscription.
The company offered in May the percentage of sales of its title on all platforms where it is available, showing at the time that most came from the combination of PC stores (Oculus + Steam), a situation that in recent months has changed, as Andreas Juliusson told us. Currently, it is PlayStation Store and Steam that add up the largest share, having experienced a large reduction Oculus Store, although it did not share the exact values for each of them.
Andreas Juliusson participating in the survey on the next generation of viewers.
The computer is happy with the results of its first release, and while they can’t share details about their next game in which they are working, they do indicate that, like Apex Construct, will be a title for a high-end devices, i.e., those that can offer the best experience possible and tell with absolute positioning in your motion controllers. Therefore, at least the game will be again for PC and PSVR (maybe also Santa Cruz?). Another detail that they revealed is that this time it will be localized to our language, something that we probably will not get to see at the moment with Apex Construct.
When they have more advanced the development of the game, which is not yet fully defined, they will make the official announcement with all the information about it.