A musical game like Rock Band VR, but with the possibility of playing with or without a guitar and with compatibility for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
Flow State Media, a studio made up of industry veterans, has announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for their music game, Guitar Godz VR, that if the funding target were achieved it would be available in November of this year. Like the recently released Rock Band VR, the Flow State Media game transports us to a stage to live an immersive experience and unleash our passion for rock. Guitar Godz VR includes a free camera mode that allows you to look anywhere while still seeing the notes to be played, and also multiplayer on PlayStation VR thanks to the social screen where the second player will play the bass.
Guitar Godz VR does not require extra hardware, although we can also use guitars from other games, but the motion controllers will allow us to play without problems. “We have realized that no one wants to buy a plastic instrument, so we have found an alternative that offers maximum flexibility to players at no cost,” says Kahn Jekarl, CEO of Flow State Media. “One controller holds the frets and the other is used for strumming. If you’ve ever played ‘air guitar,’ you’ll get it right away.” As for the tracks it will include, they have not been able to give details, only that it will include more than 40 that will cover the 60s, 70s and the present.
The game will also include a mode that mixes the interface with 360º recorded content to immerse us in even more real experiences. We can support the campaign for $25 and get a copy of Guitar Godz VR that will be available in November this year. The goal is to raise $ 500,000, since according to comments the most expensive thing in this type of games is the payment of licenses of the songs to be used.