Sublevel Zero is a great game that is begging for VR support and it’s finally coming in July to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Sublevel Zero is so suited to VR that it already has partial VR support but coming on July 13th, the Developer Sigtrap Games today announced that Sublevel Zero Redux is coming with full virtual reality support. The name will sound familiar as it’s the same name for the console version. All the content delivered in the console version will be coming to the PC as a free update in July and bringing with it full VR support for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
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Sublevel Zero is a six degrees of freedom (6DOF) shooter that will see you navigate levels from a cockput view shooting enemies as you go. The new version of the game features a remastered campaign, new enemies, and a new secret weapon.
Sublevel Zero is a first-person roguelike six-degree-of-freedom shooter set in a universe where reality is falling apart. Take control of a lone gunship pilot whose mission is to loot and craft ancient technology. Descend into a vast underground facility, fighting through procedurally generated zero gravity environments to recover the technology you and your clan need to survive.
You’ll be able to grab Sublevel Zero from the Oculus Store, though Vive and Rift owners will still be able to get it from Steam. It’s a gamepad game, so that means no support for the Vive and Touch controllers so you can place them to one side.
There’s no news yet on a PSVR version of the game right now even though Sublevel is available on the PS4 but be sure to mark your calendars for July 13 and the virtual reality support coming to a PC near you.