The makers of the StarVR viewer are preparing a new multiplayer game with a competitive and cooperative approach, which they intend to take to locals.
Starburst I held a live conference yesterday in which he showed his commitment to virtual reality and made some announcements such as the arrival of the Payday 2 VR update. Finally, the company ended the session with the announcement of Storm, a multiplayer first-person shooter for StarVR, the company’s virtual reality viewer, which consists of Starbreeze’s vision of the future of VR.
The gameplay is based on combat arenas in which players, without any cable, move freely, wear haptic-responsive clothing and shoot with replicas of weapons, which have absolute positioning, all within virtual scenarios that could be science fiction. Below is the teaser video of the vision of what this would be like that includes curious details, such as the epawn floor with positioning technology, as well as the presence of physical elements that have their reflection in the virtual world and recall other initiatives such as The Void.
Storm is intended to be content for venues and arcades that adopt Starbreeze’s virtual reality platform. The game has a competitive approach that could give rise to VR eSports. At the moment, there is no release date as Starbreeze continues with its plans to improve StarVR, in addition to collaborating with IMAX to use its HMD in its pilot centers.