Mosh Pit Simulator Brings VR Chaos To A New Level Next Year

by Jamie Feltham • October 22nd, 2018

Do you like your VR irresponsible, erratic and utterly chaotic? Then Mosh Pit Simulator just might be for you.

Indie developer Sos Sosowski just announced that the game’s set to release in Early Access on January 15th 2019. Sosowski has been working on this bizarre VR sandbox for over two years now, and it’s gained a bit of a following in that time thanks to being… well just watch the trailer below and judge for yourself. Spoiler: It’s not actually a mosh pit simulator.

Basically it’s a physics funhouse that lets you build and destroy to your heart’s content. There’s nearly 1 square km of city to explore, populated with disturbing and deformed humans that you can abuse to your heart’s content. Pretty much every object (including other humans) can be picked up, tossed aside or smashed into something else. A story mode will introduce you to the basics but, other than that, it’s up to you to find the fun.

Over the course of Early Access (which is now listed on Steam)¬†Sosowski plans to add more modes including the ability to drive cars and, perhaps more worryingly, a Spider-Man-style slinging movement system. There’s also going to be a new feature to create and record animations. Expect the game to be in Early Access for about six months. It’ll support Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows VR headsets.

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