VERTIGO GAMES SHARES NEW FOOTAGE AND UPDATES OF THEIR 2021 LINE-UP OF VR GAMES
Rotterdam (NL), June 12, 2021 –Vertigo Games, the VR specialist publishing and development arm of the global Koch Media Group, shared updates and brand-new footage today for their 2021 line-up of VR games, including After the Fall, Unplugged and Traffic Jams PS VR during the Upload E3 VR Showcase. Get a closer look at the development of After the Fall as Vertigo Games talks about their biggest VR action FPS yet, find out when the tongue-in-cheek VR game Traffic Jams will be released on PlayStation VR and learn more about the new gameplay and music featured in the upcoming VR music game Unplugged.
Go behind the scenes of After the Fall development
Scheduled to launch on Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR and PC VR platforms, After the Fall is a co-op VR action FPS that has 4 players team up in cross-platform multiplayer as they take on a hostile, frozen dystopian world in a raging fight for survival.
In today’s video, some of the lead developers at Vertigo Studios (Arizona Sunshine, 2016) sat down to talk about After the Fall in a brand-new video, offering a closer look at the intense cross-platform multiplayer co-op action and dynamic gameplay.
Watch the After the Fall – Closer Look: Replayability & Cross-play video here:
Unplugged is coming to Oculus Quest and PC VR with major rock hits
VR music game Unplugged is officially making its way to Oculus Quest as well as hand-tracking enabled PC VR platforms later this year. Published by Vertigo Games and developed by Anotherway, Unplugged lets you play air guitar and write rock history, fully powered by hand-tracking technology. No musical expertise required – just you rocking out hard to some of the biggest and loudest songs by world-famous rock bands.
In today’s video, the studio revealed the first of the game’s major playable rock tracks – “The Kids Aren’t Alright” by The Offspring – that will send players on an incredible rock journey celebrating over 5 decades of classic rock, punk and metal. “We’ve made huge progress on the gameplay over the last months,” Ricardo Acosta, co-founder of Anotherway, says in the video. “Now we have several different modes, power ups, minigames, crowd interaction and much more.”
Watch the Unplugged – For the love of Rock! Developer Update video here:
Traffic Jams is set to release on PlayStation VR on August 26
Tongue-in-cheek VR game Traffic Jams is set to release on PlayStation VR on August 26, 2021. The wacky traffic controlling simulation recently saw its release on Oculus Quest and major PC VR headsets.
Today Vertigo Games released a new PS VR trailer showcasing the game’s traffic control play while facing outrageous events and flagrant road rage on PlayStation VR. Players guide rude pedestrians and impatient drivers while facing an occasional meteorite before road rage strikes. This wacky VR game is full of monsters, (un)natural disasters, four non-VR players in asymmetrical multiplayer and many more surprising events that will keep aspiring traffic controllers on their toes.
Watch the Traffic Jams – PS VR Release Date Trailer here: