Yet another VR essential is making its way over to Oculus Quest next week. Crows, Crows, Crows and Squanch Games’ entirely bizarre VR mind-messer, Accounting +, touches down on July 4th.
Yes that’s right, the most American of all games arrives on the most American of all days. Accounting + is a surreal descent into madness from the mind of Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland. It sees you putting on VR headsets to travel deeper and deeper into strange and twisted realities where you’ll meet uncomfortably aggressive characters and, uh, play the xylophone with some bones.
Check out the trailer for the Quest port below. It also confirms the game’s getting support for Valve’s shiny new Index headset and controllers.
VR veterans will remember Accounting first released for free on PC VR headsets in 2016. It then came to PSVR as the expanded Accounting +, which also arrived on PC late last year. We’ve long been fans of the app’s distinct tone. Accounting + excels at making you feel awkward and uncomfortable in fascinating and funny ways. Plus it’s littered with easter eggs and secrets to uncover, encouraging you to explore every inch of every scene. Trust us when we say there’s nothing quite like it out there right now.
Meanwhile, outside of Quest town, Limited Run games is also launching a special edition of Accounting + on PSVR. It’s got a special coin, soundtrack and a Talking Tree Guy plush that we really, really want. Squanch also recently launched another VR game, Trover Saves The Universe.