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Oculus Go Launch Title They Suspect Nothing to Receive Free DLC This Week

There are 8 new mini-games and 2 additional hubs.

British studio Coatsink Software has always been a dedicated supporter of mobile virtual reality (VR) headsets. When Oculus Go arrived in May, included in the batch of launch titles was the studios’ They Suspect Nothing, a collection of mini-games with a robot theme. Today, Coatsink Software has revealed the first expansion to the title, releasing its OVERCLOCKED DLC later this week.

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The DLC will add two new hubs to the videogame Arcadia University and Terminal Park, each housing four new mini-games each.

“The OVERCLOCKED DLC takes the player into the heart of the robot society of Arcadia, while introducing a wealth of new jokes, characters and secrets,” said Richard Snowdon, Senior Producer for They Suspect Nothing in a statement. ““To house these 8 new minigames, 2 unique hubs were created: Arcadia City University, which sees you cheating through finals with the help of an enthusiastic insider; and Terminal Park, a vibrant theme park run by an extravagant fortune teller and her jaded crystal ball.

“The team at Coatsink were delighted for the opportunity to create more content for They Suspect Nothing and can’t wait to find out what players think of OVERCLOCKED.”

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They Suspect Nothing is available on Oculus Go and Samsung Gear VR for $7.99 USD / €7.99 EUR / £5.99 GBP, featuring 12 mini-games, with the free ‘OVERCLOCKED’ DLC available from 3rd August 2018.

VRFocus gave They Suspect Nothing four stars in its review, saying: “They Suspect Nothing is a consistent bundle of fun mini-games, yet as a launch title slightly underwhelming. It’s a safe and easy experience for gamers of all ages that looks great and plays well.”

Coatsink Software’s other titles for Oculus Go also include VRFocus’ five star rated Augmented Empire, free title A Night Sky, and Esper/Esper2. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Coatsink Software, reporting back with the latest announcements and updates.

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