The hit shooter and former PSVR exclusive, Fracked, is coming to PC VR next month.
Developer nDreams confirmed the news today. Fracked will launch on Steam as well as Viveport on May 5, with a launch on the Oculus Rift store shortly after. A new trailer for the game has also been released, which you can watch below.
Fracked features a story-driven shooter campaign in which players fight their way through a mysterious mountain facility where the work of a shady corporation appears to be mutating people. It’s a fast-paced game with free locomotion that was originally designed to work well with PlayStation Move controllers.
We thought the original game was a lot of fun and offered a welcome step up in production compared to many other VR shooters. That said, we took issue with the game’s short length, which was only a few hours long and didn’t really leave much room for the game’s best ideas to fully develop.
It’s not yet known if a native Quest version of the game is also in the works (although, obviously, that version will support Oculus Link), and of course we have to wonder if nDreams will bring Fracked to PSVR 2 in the future. The studio recently confirmed that they are working on new titles for the upcoming headset. Elsewhere, the company is set to release VR city-building sim Little Cities on Quest next week.
Will you be discovering Fracked on PC next month? Let us know in the comments below!