Multiverse released a new trailer for their upcoming, adventure-survival game, Seeking Dawn. This isn’t another Early Access survival title where you chop down wood with judo slaps and beat off other players while admiring schlong physics. Seeking Dawn is a VR title for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and it’s due to hit Steam on July 12th.
The new trailer features 12 minutes of gameplay and cinematics, including a look at the super hot Captain Coleman, who is wearing an uber-tight bodysuit and sports some big jiggly boobs. At least Multiverse seems to understand who their core demographic is.
You can check out the 12 minute trailer below.
Players take control of a character named Weston, who must venture through the alien planet in search of a distress beacon.
You’ll be able to move around the game world, running and shooting. Sprinting is handled in an interesting way, where you manually have to move your arms in a sprinting motion to run.
Combat is handled like just about every other VR game out there. You use the wands to aim and shoot, and take out any of the hostile alien lifeforms that get in your way.
Beyond the shooting and exploration, there’s also some platforming puzzles you’ll need to solve, including playing a game of memory with an energy bridge over an endless pit.
Unlike other typical VR games you’ll also have access to things like crafting materials and a crafting bench in order to fabricate new weapons and equipment. The crafting also extends to fortifications that can be built up to keep out pesky invaders that you’ll encounter across the full length campaign mode.
You can also wield different weapons and items using the dual-trigger, similar to Halo 2, so you can have a repeater in one hand and a heavy blaster in the other.
What’s interesting about Seeking Dawn is that there are some RPG mechanics to the game, such as loot collecting and damage scaling. Whether this will extend the replayability is a topic that’s up for discussion, but for the most part there are elements of Borderlands fused with Farpoint.
There’s also a full multiplayer feature included as well, so you and some buddies can team up to play the game.
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