By Steve Anderson The first PlayStation VR title to hit PSVR was not the highly anticipated Oculus Rift, but “Boomersang,” a game by Dutch developer Arkane Studios that will soon be coming to PSVR.
The first person shooter is an unusual combination of first-person action, physics-based shooting and exploration.
Its creators, Arkane Studio, say it’s a first-of-its-kind title in the virtual reality space and the game’s first in the Gear VR headset lineup.
You can check out the trailer above and a first look at “Bomber” at our new “VR Game of the Year” awards blog.
The game will also be available in both Oculus Rift and Gear VR.
The “Bam” story “Bump Boom” is set in the future when a young man, John, is kidnapped.
John is rescued by his best friend, Nick, who joins the boy in a search for the missing boy.
You’ll play as Nick in a virtual reality world, which is based on the real-life kidnapping of John in 2011.
It’s not the only VR game that uses virtual reality to tell a story, and Arkane’s first game in this genre is a VR thriller.
“Bombsquad” has been in development since the start of 2017, and it’s been compared to “Ghostbusters” and “The Last of Us.”
It was released last year in an Oculus Rift exclusive.
But it’s not quite the “Bum” you’re familiar with, according to Arkane, and its story will take place in a new and different world.
You won’t be able to control John, who has lost his left arm and has to rely on Nick to use his hand.
But the VR-experience will allow you to experience what it’s like to be in a different world than you’re used to in real life.
The Oculus Rift version of “Bamsquad” will also feature two characters, who you’ll interact with through a new interface that lets you control both Nick and John.
“We are making a story that is completely unique to VR,” said Arkane head of VR Mark Coker.
“This game will give you a real sense of the characters and what’s happening in the world around you.”
The game’s story will be a story told in a “VR world,” which is an interesting idea, but not something that the developers have used in previous games.
“When we started developing ‘Bombsquads’ we were very much a little bit scared,” said Coker, adding that the VR world “was very much our first experience of what VR is like in a non-game setting.”
It also made sense that the game would take place within the VR space, since “Bomsquad” is based around an underwater city, which in VR could have a big impact on the environment.
The developers say that the underwater environment “is a completely new experience, and we’ve never done a VR game before.
We’re really excited to explore it and explore what it feels like to live in this virtual world.”
In addition to a VR-based story, Arkute says it’s aiming for a “unique story experience” for PSVR, which could include “exploration gameplay, exploration-based action, and more,” among other things.
The PlayStation VR headset features built-in controllers that support gesture control, and Oculus has said that it’s considering adding support for the controllers, but there are no details on what they could be.
Sony hasn’t announced plans to support VR in the PlayStation Store, but its PlayStation VR apps are available on the Oculus Store and are free to download on PSVR players.
The only VR apps that are supported in the “VR” category are the Oculus Home and PSVR app store, which are both free.