In this new age of gaming, amalgamating it with the Virtual Reality, or VR, experience has really brought it to another level in terms of “being in the future”. North America finally greets another title that revolutionises the VR world, Apex Construct.
Originally being announced four whole months ago, the game is going to be made available in the North American market soon enough. Built from the ground up exclusively for virtual reality, this first-person action-adventure game boasts a creative blend of precision-based combat and puzzle-solving exploration, all wrapped in a colorful, yet bleak future overrun by hostile synthetic creatures. “Questioning the potentially dangerous impact of sentient technology is a topic that we can address in our media in a lot of interesting ways. Apex Construct takes a unique approach,” says Mickey Torode, director of publishing at Perp Games. “The bow and arrow combat really enhance the feeling of a return to the rudimentary human existence, echoing back to early hunting techniques that adds a rawness and urgency to the fights.”
Being developed by Fast Travel Games and published by Perp Games, Apex Constructtells the story of two conflicting artificial intelligent beings locked in a drawn-out conflict. Set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity is all but lost, players take control of the last living human and are tasked with uncovering the mystery behind the extinction of all organic life.
The Apps features include
- A Flexible Combat System – With fluid use of a bow and shield, players take aim at enemies with an unparalleled precision. Players have the option to choose between seamless teleportation or direct movement;
- Deep Customization and Updates – Players can spend acquired resources to upgrade weapons and equipment while customizing their home base and displaying hard-earned achievements;
- Replayable Missions – From their personalized home base, players can select and replay any mission to uncover secret locations and mysteries contained within each area.
Apex Construct is available for PlayStation VR as of now. It can be downloaded online for $29.99 today.