Infinite is a VR (and non-VR) port of the beloved rhythm action shooter in which players fly along a set path, shooting down approaching enemies. On PC, the game has better texture quality than its console counterpart and new control options. It also supports 4K resolutions, though that isn’t really a factor for the sub-4K headset displays. It will launch with a two week discount to $19.99 before setting its regular price at $24.99.
To further incentivize a launch window purchase, you’ll get the Digital Deluxe DLC for free within those two weeks. It includes the digital soundtrack to Area X — a new addition to this version of the game that’s so good it apparently made Palmer Luckey cry — as well as an art book and new wallpapers and avatars. iam8bit will also be releasing a PC collector’s edition of the game with some physical goods too.
Don’t have a PC or console headset? Well Rez is also on its way to Google Daydream, so you can take the action with you wherever you go. No release date on that version just yet, though.
We loved Rez when it launched on PSVR. We said it “considers the limitations some other launch titles have tried to skirt over and provides a VR experience that just works. It’s a simple game that relies on its minimalist style to provide a thoroughly beautiful world to just fly inside of. If there’s a downside here, it’s that past the gorgeous presentation, it’s still just a straightforward targeting game. That’s not an issue for me though, because the trip is well worth it.”
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