Sublevel Zero is one of those games that strikes you as perfect for VR support, so much so that it already has some basic integration. Deeper support will be with us very soon, however.
Developer Sigtrap Games today announced that Sublevel Zero Redux is coming to PC on July 13th. That was the name given to the recent console version of the game, which included more content. All of that content will be coming to the PC version as a free update in July. Check out a brief teaser below.
Sublevel Zero is a six degrees of freedom (6DOF) shooter, a little like PlayStation VR’s Starblood Arena, taking inspiration from the likes of Descent. The game features procedurally generated levels that you navigate from a cockpit view, blasting away enemies and finding keys to unlock doors in the process. The new version of the game features a remastered campaign, new enemies, and a new secret weapon.
VR support will mean the game sees release on the Oculus Store, though Vive and Rift owners will still be able to grab it from Steam. It’s a gamepad game, so you can put your Vive and Touch controllers on charge for a while.
Sadly, there’s no news on a PSVR version of the game right now, despite Sublevel already being available on PS4. Fingers crossed that happens in the near future.