Dean Hall’s RocketWerkz releases Vive-exclusive Out of Ammo

I had no concept that Dean hall’s RocketWerkz studio turned into making a digital fact sport. That’s weird because I wrote a rattling information article for approximately the remaining 12 months. It seems this mysterious SteamVR game became the blocky strategy-primarily based FPS Out of Ammo, out now in Early get admission to, and exclusive to the HTC Vive.

My, this sequel to 30 Flights of Loving has taken a sudden flip. Joking apart, Out of Ammo sounds pretty interesting. Placing the player in fee of an entire battlefield lets you ‘possess’ your infantrymen perform your orders at once, recalling the hot-swapping feature in Battlefield 2: modern combat.

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“Out of Ammo is an excessive virtual fact method sport for the HTC Vive,” so sez the Steam page, “that places you inside the commander’s seat against wave after wave of squaddies. Constructed solely for the HTC Vive to use motion tracking, the sport allows you to transport around the battlefield to build defenses and difficult orders. you may even immediately own your devices to interact with the enemy directly utilizing cowl and getting ready your magazines cautiously so that you do not run out of ammo!”

I like the little wink to the title there. There are four environments and 5 unit kinds within the modern build, although RocketWerkz warns this build “maybe a chunk clunky to apply, and unintuitive. it could be unoptimized for older photographs cards.”

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