In response to fan feedback, Grapple Tournament VR developer Tomorrow Games have slashed the price for their frantic early-access FPS nearly in half.
Tomorrow Games' exceptional VR FPS made waves when it launched in early access last month. However, the game launched for $25 - pretty steep for an early access VR FPS.
However, developer Tomorrow Games have now announced that - in response to fan feedback - they have reduced the price for the shooter by almost half: from $25 to $14.99.
In our review of Grapple Tournament VR, I was exceptionally impressed by the game. It was balanced well with an exciting range of unique weapons, but the star of the show was the movement mechanics; if the name didn't already give it away, the vertical movement mechanics are to die for.
In a statement to VR Final, Tomorrow Games explained that they decided to make the move in response to fan feedback. In our review of Grapple Tournament VR last month, I had also questioned whether or not the price would hold developing a player-base for this impressive VR FPS:
However, if you're going to pay $25 for a Early Access VR multiplayer FPS, you're going to want a lively (or, at least, existent) community of players to go up against. In this regard, Grapple Tournament might let you down: it's often quite hard to even find a game. However, there are practice modes with AI bots, so even if no one is around to play online it's not the end of the world.
It's amazing to see a developer take such a keen interest in what fans are saying, especially when the game is so promising. If the review didn't already make it clear, I couldn't recommend this one highly enough.
You can grab Grapple Tournament VR on Steam for $14.99. That's a pretty great deal, but another great deal was announced today too: Hitman 3 for PS5 will include a free copy of the PS4 version for use with PSVR!