The virtual reality adventure Arca's Path is all about the way home. Its dream-like environment consists of a series of mazes, some of which float in the air and move around the player. It will be released later this year on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, Oculus Go and Samsung Gear VR, but developer Dream Reality Interactive and publisher Rebellion will preview it in June at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
A Teaser The trailer of Arca's Path does not show too much, but it looks like the game will have some light platforms and glowing objects that the player has to collect on his journey out of the maze. The developer said that a controller is not necessary, so he probably has a look-based control scheme.
Dream Reality Interactive has released the augmented reality game Orbu, in which players control an adorable creature to explore a garden and solve puzzles. The studio has also worked on other VR projects, and it has contributed to Factory 42 and Sky's virtual museum experience "Hold the World," which features nature documentary superstar David Attenborough.
Like Orbu, Arcas Path does not seem to be too much of a pulsating moment. Instead, it seems like it will allow players to take their time, unravel their secrets, and find their way out of their turns.
Although Publisher Rebellion is best known as the creator of the Sniper Elite series, it seems to add some family-friendly titles to its portfolio. In January, he acquired Studio Radiant Worlds, developer of the colorful massively multiplayer online sandbox game SkySaga: Infinite Isles. Rebellion also has experience in publishing VR games ̵