Looking for a single-player VR game that features “hyper-realistic weapons,” and a campaign that supports local and online co-op? Publisher and developer XReal Games plans on releasing Zero Caliber for PC this September, which contain said features.
Zero Caliber is a first-person “tactical shooter” developed “exclusively for premium” VR headsets. The game explores “a what-if moment,” where the U.S. is brought to its knees in a dystopian state in the not too distant future.
In this game, you can fight alone or with a friend throughout the whole campaign — which is fully playable in co-op. If that sounds interesting, you can watch the official gameplay trailer right here:
“Zero Caliber VR is a tactical military shooter with realistic weapons, an on-the-fly swappable attachment system, co-op missions, stunning graphics and a dystopian story that brings the player to the USA in the not too distant future.”
Whether or not Zero Caliber seems interesting to you, the devs wrote up a roadmap over on steamcommunity.com for your viewing pleasure.
Firstly, on August 5th a free demo version of the game containing the tutorial and the first story mission will be made available. It’s unclear if this demo will be timed exclusive or if it will always stay up? Time will tell.
As for September 13th, the devs expect Zero Caliber to hit Early Access, which will contain the tutorial, first half of the campaign and standalone co-op missions.
And lastly, during the beginning part of 2019 the full release with the 2nd half of the campaign, co-op missions and more guns will grace Steam’s storefront.
The team over at XReal Games is in the current process of expanding, which means that more heads will be at the studio to better develop the game. In the meantime, you can head on over to Steam Early Access or its official website.
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