Facebook today hosted its very first Oculus Gaming storefront. The biggest news to come out of the event is that Lone Echo II has an exit delay. It will be released this summer. Developer Ready at Dawn, what an Oculus acquired last year, first announced the game in 2018, and we haven’t seen or heard much about it since, leaving some to worry about the status of the project. Oculus also shared a detailed look at its upcoming Resident Evil 4 remaster.
Aside from news about its flagship VR titles, the company had plenty of news to share on Star Wars. When Star Wars: Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy, Part II Releasing later this year, the game will introduce players to a new character, Dok-Ondar. The Ithorien made his first appearance in Star Wars lore with a mention in Solo: A Star Wars Story and this is one of the characters you can meet at Disney Edge of the galaxy amusement park.
In the meantime, fans may be eager to play Star Wars Pinball VR when it releases on Oculus Quest, PSVR, and Steam VR next week. Ahead of the release, developer Zen Studios shared a preview of the game. It will feature eight tables, including two new ones that the studio has specially designed for virtual reality. Naturally, one of these is inspired by The Mandalorian. All tables will be available in a virtual space called the Fan Cave which you will have the chance to personalize with your favorite Star Wars memorabilia.
When Facebook announced the storefront, it said there would be surprises and it delivered. Nintendo Jewel 64 Snowboard at 1080 ° gets a spiritual sequel from Giles Goddard, one of the programmers who worked on the original. Chuhai Labs, the studio working on the game, has promised to share more details in the coming months. Until then, if you like more active VR experiences, you’ll want to check out the latest update for the Climb 2. The game’s new Freestyle Expansion Pack, available tomorrow, features six new levels for you to check out, with six more to follow at a later date. Overall, VR fans have a lot to look forward to between the end of the year and the end of the year.
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