Warp Frog’s VR hit, Blade And Sorcery, is coming to Oculus Quest 2 next month.
The physics-driven VR combat simulator launches on the standalone headset on November 4 for $19.99 as a separate, standalone version called Blade & Sorcery: Nomad. The game still features a sandbox mode in which you can experiment with both melee and magic-based combat in hilarious and often very violent ways. Blade And Sorcery was one of the first games to really explore what physics-driven VR combat could feel like, and it’s still a hugely popular release on SteamVR as a result. Check out the trailer for the Quest 2 version below.
Nomad will also include the new Dungeons mode, which was recently added to the early access version of the game on PC as part of a free update. This is a more linear mode in which you visit randomized rooms and clear out enemies. Currently, this mode is in its early stages on PC, with more options set to be added in future updates.
Blade And Sorcery was already rumored to be coming to Quest 2, with Warp Frog noting that, if it happened, it would likely be exclusive to Quest 2. The most recent standalone headset is more powerful than the original Quest, and other games like the recently-released Resident Evil 4 are exclusive to the new headset too.
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