It looks like Electronauts, the VR DJ game from Raw Data and Creed: Rise to Glory developer Survios, is coming to the Oculus Quest standalone VR headset tomorrow on June 6. We haven’t seen an official announcement yet, but a Reddit user by the name of crazymurdock found the unlisted store page for the game with a date of June 6 included.
In our review we described Electronauts as a “neon-drenched cathedral of electronic ecstasy” that was capable of making us feel like Daft Punk in less than five minutes and that still holds true. While a song is playing you have total control over each verse and piece of the music, including vocals, to augment and add additional sounds and instruments. You can even remix the song and make it sound entirely unique. Playing a game like this on Quest, anywhere and without wires, should be pretty liberating.
Previously Electronauts was listed as one of the day one launch titles for the headset but was mysteriously absent on May 21, so it was only a matter of time before it hit the device. Electronauts should be extremely appealing to music buffs that have a particular affinity for electronic music and have ever wanted to feel like a festival DJ.
There’s no word on price yet but the Quest version of the music and dance game will not include multiplayer according to this found store listing. Electronauts on PSVR costs $19.99 and does not have multiplayer either, but even though the PC VR version does have multiplayer it still costs the same $19.99. It’s a safe bet to assume Electronauts on Quest will also be $19.99.
Let us know what you think of the game and if you plan on picking it up down in the comments below!