Inspired by a classic scene from the first movie, Jurassic World: Aftermath gives fans the opportunity to go toe-to-toe with Velociraptors in a cell-shaded laboratory.
It's always a slow news week over here at VR Final when there aren't virtual reality dinosaurs to talk about. Lucky for me, this week we're on our second:
UK-based developer Coatsink's long anticipated Jurassic World: Aftermath is finally going to hit the Oculus Store tomorrow.
Coatsink aren't strangers to the VR game, having released a number of titles for Oculus including Quest launch game Shadow Point the the Oculus port of Onward. Jurassic World: Aftermath marks their first Oculus Exclusive which involves dinosaurs, though.
The game features a full single-player campaign which sees you trapped in a laboratory with some Velociraptors. It also features a cell-shaded graphics style, so they'll be pretty easy on the eyes as they're ripping you to shreds!
Jurassic World Aftermath is a suspenseful, survival VR adventure. Crash-landing on Isla Nublar after the fall of Jurassic World, you find yourself trapped in a research facility when your mission to recover valuable information goes disastrously wrong. Your only hope of escape is to retrieve the confidential information while trying to avoid three deadly Velociraptors. To survive, you’ll need to explore, solve puzzles, and find ways to distract and hide from the ferocious Velociraptors that stalk your every move.
Even better, Joseph Volpe from Mashable shared some information from the game's development team, announcing that they plan to release a 'Part 2' DLC next year that will ramp up "the danger and the intensity."
Well, I for one can't wait. Perhaps we finally have a reason to leave this wonderful year behind and look forward to 2021, right?
Jurassic Park Aftermath is OUT NOW priced at only $25. Sorry, loyal PSVR and PCVR fans, this one is an Oculus Quest exclusive... for now...
Dinosaurs are scary, though. If you ever come face-to-face, you're going to lose. Perhaps you may want to play as a giant dinosaur destroying an entire city? Well, you'll go mad when you see the Kaiju-inspired VR action game 'Block Buster', set to release next year.