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Erotic VR RPG Iragon Turns up the Heat on Kickstarter

There’s a free demo to see what these naughty VR adventures are about.

There are plenty of ways to get hot under the collar in virtual reality (VR) with Repulse Game Studios currently developing a rather steamy experience called Iragon. Having been in the works for three years the studio has just launched a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign to help bring the project to a wider audience.


Iragon is a classic fantasy, role-playing game (RPG) adventure where you take on the role of Darick, a young lad whose world suddenly changes when he meets a sorceress called Brianna, who is currently being hunted by an empire ruling the lands. To aid her journey you get to learn magic, fight monsters and (if you hadn’t realised) meet girls within the story and have intimate experiences with them.

So that means erotic adventures await, with five different girls you can romance and *ahem* engage in relations with whilst exploring the lands of Iragon. All the naughtiness even extends to lesbian scenes which you can then jump in the middle off if you so wish. It’s all completely interactive so needless to say this is an 18+ videogame.

Compatible with PC VR headsets like Oculus Rift, Iragon can be played on a normal desktop and you can skip the raunchy gameplay – or should that be foreplay? – if you’re more concerned with battling armies of witches and demons. To that end, Iragon has melee and magic combat systems in place, a destructible environment and an upgrade system for your magic and weapons.


Because Repulse Game Studios is so far through development the Kickstarter is only looking to raise a modest $10,000 USD by the end of September, with $3k already raised. Backing tiers start from $25 for a copy of Iragon with the official launch expected to take place in June 2022. There’s already a free PC demo available so you can see the videogame in action before spending any cash.

The studio has listed several stretch goals for its Iragon Kickstarter, if these are reached VRFocus will let you know.

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