Cooperative sword-fighting game Swords of Gargantua is now available on Oculus Quest with Rift cross-buy. It also officially released today on Steam with four-player multiplayer promised across all platforms.
The game faces players off an ever-bigger set of gigantic foes. Its release joins The Wizards and Electronauts as part of the first major new content update for the new Oculus Quest standalone VR system. For those unfamiliar, Quest is a $400 all-in-one VR headset from Facebook which comes with two controllers for games like Beat Saber and Superhot. It doesn’t need anything else to operate — no PC needed and a phone app is used only to help manage the device.
Oculus Quest released on May 21 with more than 50 apps covering some of the best VR releases over the last few years. Now, the system is sold out at many retailers. New orders from Facebook for Quest placed today may not ship until mid-June. With the content update this week, though, people who already picked up the system can now access Quest For The Golden Trophy for free in Rec Room or buy one of these new games.
Swords of Gargantua is $20 across all platforms at launch. Cross-buy is enabled for the app on the Oculus Store so that people who buy the game for Quest or Rift will be able to play the game on the other headset. If you buy the game and launch it before June 21 it’ll unlock a unique sword in the game in an update, according to the developers.
Swords of Gargantua is developed by Tokyo-based Yomuneco and published by gumi Inc.