One of the most high profile and successful virtual reality (VR) titles on HTC Vive, Raw Data will be coming to Oculus Rift. Developer Survios teased a couple of images this week via its Twitter account showing the headset and Oculus Touch controllers.
The first-person shooter which has players fighting waves of enemy robots doesn’t yet have a release date for Oculus Rift, with the studio simply stating: “It’s happening–soon(tm).”
With the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2017 next week it’s likely Survios will be releasing further details, possibly even giving playable demos to attendees, as the imagery already shows a working version.
In September last year Survios announced it had hit $1 million USD in sales in just over a month, adding that at least 20 percent of HTC Vive owners had bought the videogame. Since that launch the team has added a raft of new content, with more missions, weapons, characters and abilities to broaden the titles appeal.
Then in January it revealed plans for a Raw Data Arcade initiative, designed specifically for VR entertainment venues around the world. This will see a stripped down version of the experience being created, featuring simpler in-game menus, improved loading times and faster multiplayer matchmaking.
VRFocus will be at GDC 2017, so check back next week for further updates on Raw Data.