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  • Moss Update Adds PS4 Pro Support, Save Slots
    Moss Update Adds PS4 Pro Support, Save Slots

    After making her way over to the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift last week, Quill has another surprise in store for her fans on PSVR; Moss is getting a PS4 Pro update.

    Launched today is a massive new update for the PS4 version of the VR platformer that includes long-requested support for Sony’s enhanced console. The PS4 Pro update includes enhanced water quality and even adds player interactivity to it. There’s also high definition rendering for the game’s book-based sequences and best resolution in all environments. No doubt porting Moss to more powerful PC hardware allowed developer Polyarc to bring some updates to the Pro.

    Elsewhere, Moss now supports Japanese voice over and Spanish, Italian and Chinese subtitles and UI. There are also now save slots so others can try it out from scratch.

    Finally, the game’s physical PS4 version released in Europe today.

    We think Moss is an absolute winner, so if you’re only just getting to experience the game with your native language it’s definitely worth picking up.

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  • ICAROS Release Free-To-Play VR Racing Title That Demands A Workout Feel the burn in ICARACE.
  • Atlatl Software’s Visual And AR Product Collaborating With Oracle CPQ Cloud New collabaoration between Atlatl and Oracle will bring augmented reality to the Oracle platform.
  • Oculus Summer Sale Kicks Off With Discounts On Beat Saber, Lone Echo And More
    Oculus Summer Sale Kicks Off With Discounts On Beat Saber, Lone Echo And More

    Summer is here! The sun is beating down, flowers are in full bloom and ice cream is acceptable once more. So what are you waiting for? Time to pull on a VR headset and withdraw from the world!

    Oculus is helping you do just that with its Summer Sale, which this year focuses on several big content bundles that offer some of VR’s latest and greatest games at reduced prices. There’s four main bundles, including a Beach Pack that features big games like Beat Saber and Sprint Vector for $74.99. Oculus new dynamic bundle feature also means you’ll get reduced prices on these bundles if you already own any of the games inside.

    Of course, there’s a sale on standalone apps too. There’s nearly half off of Killing Floor: Incursion, for example, and Insomniac’s Edge of Nowhere is down to just $13.99. Also keep an eye out for daily deals which provide even deeper discounts on select titles.

    But Rift isn’t the only headset enjoying a sale this season. Oculus’ new standalone headset, the Go, is also getting its first big sale (and, by extension, Gear VR with it). Some of Go’s best launch content are already enjoying a slight reducing, including Republique VR down to $7.49 and Virtual-Virtual Reality at the same price.

    Summer is sale season, so expect to see plenty more price drops in the coming weeks. We’re eagerly awaiting to Steam Summer Sale.

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  • Life In 360°: Into The Sunset Our week of relaxation concludes with an appropraite bookend to Monday's video.
  • Oculus’ Rubin On Resident Evil 7 Rift: ‘I Hear Your Calls’
    Oculus’ Rubin On Resident Evil 7 Rift: ‘I Hear Your Calls’

    Resident Evil 7: Biohazard remains one of the most polished, terrifying and outright best games you can play in a VR headset right now. Sadly, you can only play it on PSVR. Capcom brought the game to PS4 last year with VR support as an exclusive option. But Oculus is hoping to change that.

    In a tweet to fans, Oculus VP of Content Jason Rubin noted that he had heard their calls and that nothing would make him happier to see the game on the Oculus Rift. If they do choose to make a port, Capcom can count on Oculus for support.

    I hear your calls for #ResidentEvil7 for PC VR. Nothing would make me happier. @CapcomUSA_ did an amazing job, but it is up to them where to focus their dev energy. @OculusRift will support them if they choose to make the port-

    — Jason Rubin (@Jason_Rubin) June 14, 2018

    It’s thought that Capcom had a timed exclusivity arrangement with Sony for RE7’s VR support. Indeed, many of the games that launched first on PSVR have now moved elsewhere, including Batman: Arkham VR, Rez Infinite and, as of this month, Moss.

    Resident Evil 7’s VR support offers the entire original campaign inside a headset. It’s not for the faint of heart, but we braved our way through it at launch and awarded the game 9/10. Since then there’s been several expansions, including a free update that adds even more hours of VR support. Needless to say, we think the game should be supporting both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. If you agree maybe you should let Capcom know. And hey, may ask about VR support for that Resident Evil 2 Remake while you’re at it?

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  • E3 2018: All The VR Games Of Day Three VRFocus finishes up E3 2018 by continuing their search for the best VR videogames and tech at the show.
  • Gungrave VR Gets New E3 2018 Trailer The classic PlayStation 2 title is making a return.
  • Owlchemy Labs Discuss Getting Away From It All In Vacation Simulator You've worked hard, now play hard.
  • “No Time Machine Needed”: AR To Be Part of Perot Museum Of Nature And Science’s Ultimate Dinosaurs Exhibit Visitors will get to see dinosaurs 'in the flesh' as museum continues its immersive learning push.
  • Investigate Demons In ‘The Exorcist: Legion VR’ For PS VR

    Exorcise the demons in this episodic VR series based on the horrifying franchise. Those looking for more horror-based VR games for their PS VR will soon be in for a treat as the teams at Fun Train and Wolf & Wood have confirmed The Exorcist: Legion VR is on its way to the console headset.

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  • Building Relationships. Are Player To Player-Character Relationships In VR The Way Forward? Will bonds like that of Quill the latest trend in virtual reality videogames?
  • Is PC VR Falling Behind PlayStation VR? VR had a subdued year at E3 2018, which left PlayStation VR a clear field.
  • Mystery Lands VR Hits Steam Match-3 VR puzzle title is heading to Steam VR.
  • Google Debuts Two New Spotlight Stories ‘Piggy’ & ‘Age Of Sail’

    Google heads to the Annecy Film Fest in full force with two, never-before-scene Spotlight Stories. The biennial Annecy International Film Fest is currently in full-swing as creators from around the world gather in France to showcase their latest achievements in the field of animation. Google returned once again with its interactive Google Spotlight Stories series,

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