Rebellion, the same publisher behind the VR-revival of Battlezone, is today announcing a brand new VR title called Arca’s Path, which is slated for most all major VR platforms later this year.
Arca’s Path is in development by Dream Reality Interactive, a London studio founded by experienced VR developers that helped create PSVR Worlds for Sony’s flagship headset, as well as Wonderbook.
As you can see in the trailer above, Arca’s Path is a beautifully abstract world that raises tons of questions. I’m getting an esoteric endless runner meets adventure game type vibe, but I’ve got no clue if that’s accurate or not. We’re told that “skill, instinct, and awareness” will be needed to guide a girl through a dangerous labyrinth in the land of Arca.
That’s literally all we know.
According to the press release Arca’s Path will also be playable without a controller, which leaves me curious about how exactly it controls. Perhaps it’s all gaze-based, similar to Bazaar?
Arca’s Path is expected for PSVR, Rift, Vive, Windows VR, Go, and Gear VR this year. That’s a lot of headsets. We’ll find out more very soon at E3 2018 next month as we go hands-on with the title and see what it’s really like.
Let us know what you think so far down in the comments below!
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