Time Carnage isn’t the only dinosaur-shooting VR game with a release date today; Snail Games’ Ark Park is also finally nearing launch.
Ark Park will arrive on March 22nd on PlayStation VR (PSVR), Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, the developer confirmed today. The game was originally meant to release in December 2017 but the month came and went without a launch.
As the name suggested, Ark Park is a VR spin-off of the hugely popular Ark: Survival Evolved. Instead of roaming an open world and trying to gather resources to survive, though, Ark Park is instead comprised of several different game modes catering to both education and action.
For the former, you’ll be able to visit a hub world with holographic projections of dinosaurs and plenty of information to learn about them. You’ll also be able to interact with non-lethal beasts and try and capture them as well as collect eggs and then raise the dinosaurs that hatch from them and trade and craft materials.
Then, because this is a VR game, there’s also a cooperative wave shooter mode in which up to four friends defend checkpoints from incoming beasts.
Ark Park is one of the more polished VR games coming out this year, so we’re looking forward to seeing it in full.
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