Crytek always strived to bring the most immersive user experience on the market. Today, virtual reality might be the key for the company, allowing them to place the player in a world where there are no limits to what creativity could accomplish.
The latest news shows that Crytek has worked hard on a new virtual reality title named Robinson: The Journey. Judging by its poster, the game is about a lot of exploration in a fully immersive VR experience. We see that the action takes place on an alien planet, filled with dense vegetation and dinosaurs.
The dinosaur addition leads us to believe that part of the game footage was already leaked in Crytek’s dinosaur VR demo previously demoed, but the company wants you to experience more than just some 3D animated creatures walking past or chasing you. Crytek’s Director of Production, David Bowman, said that the title aims at reshaping how people think about games.
What Bowman means is that the company plans on delivering players a means of fully interacting with its vast environment using the latest tech available on the market. However, VR tech is also known for its pesky nausea effect, so players may still be able to enjoy just a few minutes or maybe even an hour of continuous gameplay. Nonetheless, the title will still be one of the first to set the grounds for future VR games.
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