Do you remember high-voltage software? We did not see them immediately, but they were behind the exclusive exclusives of Oculus Rift like Dragon Front and Damaged Core. However, the team returns with the long-awaited result for the upcoming Oculus Quest headset.
The team today announced Ballista as part of the Oculus Quest countdown series. In the game you have to protect a kingdom from the forces of evil. In your quest for victory (get it?) Use a magical mirror, a noose and uh, a unicorn. It will also be at Rift, with cross-buy support.
At the moment we only have a special image that promises a pretty cute presentation. Given the descent from High Voltage (we once called Damaged Core the king of VR shooters), we hope for something special.
"With Quest, we can better provide all the freedom of movement to allow people to move around them, the entire play area and gameplay impact," said high-voltage producer Keith Hladik on the unveiling of the game. "Whether it's protecting your creatures from attacking or walking around to analyze a castle, the game offers an impressive experience."
There is no information yet about whether Ballista will be a prelude to Quest starting at $ 399. We hope to find out more details about the start in the coming weeks.
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