One of our most anticipated VR shooters is very nearly upon us.
Seeking Dawn, a new first-person shooter (FPS) from Multiverse, is arriving on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in just over two weeks’ time on July 12th for $39.99. A PSVR release is set to follow later on in the year.
Multiverse claims that Seeking Dawn is a full-length VR game with around 20 hours of single-player content. Players sign up to investigate an alien world infested with hostile forces, soon finding themselves neck-deep in an intergalactic war. The campaign includes full co-op support so your friends can join the battle, too.
Along with motion-controlled gunplay, you’ll be able to build your own base to protect from invaders and craft new weapons and equipment.
As a pre-order incentive, the first 500 people to pick the game up via an official website will get into the game’s closed beta. Come release day, you’ll be able to pick it up on both Steam and Oculus Home.
We’ll be very interested to see how Seeking Dawn turns out; its developers have been promising big things for some time but we really haven’t seen much of it yet. As you can see in the gameplay trailer above, though, it sure does look pretty.
Editor’s Note: After publication we were notified of new screenshots and a new trailer that we’ve updated to be included in this article.
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