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Apocalyptic, 80s, multiplayer, VR: yes to all of the above.
If you're curious about where VR gaming is headed, you might want to start by thinking of many, many people playing at once.
Fall - Game - Vertigo - Games - E3
After The Fall, a new game teased by Vertigo Games at E3 2019, isn't actually arriving until 2020. But it aims to be a massively multiplayer FPS set in a collapsed 80s-themed apocalypse.
From the Vertigo Games description in the company's press release: "set in the post-apocalyptic, ice-covered ruins of an alternate 1980s Los Angeles, After the Fall pits up to four players against a vast, hostile world in a raging fight for control of the city and the survival of humanity. Go solo or join forces with players worldwide as you scavenge the remains of civilization, face relentless hordes and larger-than-life bosses, craft a huge range of guns and deadly close combat weapons, and wield devastating powers with real-life movements."
Arizona - Sunshine - Vertigo - Games - Entry
Arizona Sunshine, Vertigo Games' first successful entry in VR gaming, is full of zombie shooting. After The Fall looks to continue similar John Carpenter-esque themes.
(Excerpt) Read more at: CNET
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