The programmer behind Space Pirate Arena returns with a brand-new affordable multiplayer shooter.
Not even a quarter right into the brand-new year and 2020 is currently shaping up to be the year of arena-scale Virtual Reality games. Over the past few months we’ve seen the launch of countless location-based VR games on the Oculus Quest, including Triton VR, MissionX, and Cyberaction Arena
. Today, celebrated VR developer I-Illusions introduced a closed beta for its very own shared-space Oculus Quest game, Space Pirate Arena. Originally exposed this previous August, the “hall-scale” affordable shooter pits 2 gamers versus another in an advanced shootout where they must physically run to cover and dodge inbound fire in order to endure.
Despite sharing a number of aesthetic resemblances with Space Pirate Trainer, Space Pirate Arena is entirely independent of the initial genre-defining shooter.
According to the official < a rel ="noreferrer noopener”aria-label=” FAQ (opens in a brand-new tab)”href =”https://www.i-illusions.com/spa-faq#spa”target= “_ space”> FAQ sheet, Space Pirate Arena will certainly call for a minimum of 10x10m of open area in order to play, though a 12x12m room(half a tennis court )is recommended regarding supply some added buffer room.