The next game from the developers of one of our favorite VR wave shooters, Blasters of the Universe, is out very soon.
Transpose, a surreal VR puzzle game from Secret Location. Is launching on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR headsets on Tuesday, November 6th. The game is already listed on both Steam and the Oculus Store, though you’ll probably have to wait a few more weeks to see it on the PlayStation Store.
Taking quite a different approach to VR than Blasters, Transpose has players solving puzzles by leaving echoes of their past actions that they can interact with. Real-time motion capture allows you to see an avatar of your former self replicating your past actions, which is a little trippy. It also throws a little zero-gravity wall-walking in there just for good measure. The game’s going to have over 35 levels that player out over three worlds, which the developer says will offer around eight hours of gameplay. It’s set to cost $19.99.
It’s been a busy few weeks for Secret Location, which also launched a VR adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s The Great C earlier this month. It’s great to see the developer branching out into new areas, but does it have another Blasters-sized hit on its hands?
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