What you need to know
- Oculus and Respawn Entertainment are working on a new first-person combat game.
- Respawn is known for Apex Legends and Titanfall.
- The title should be unveiled at Oculus Connect in September.
- Attendees will be able to get their hands on a playable demo.
A couple of years ago, Oculus announced that Respawn Entertainment — now owned by EA — was working on exclusive "AAA" virtuality reality (VR) game for its platform. Since then, we haven't heard much about the project, but that's about to change very soon. According to a report by Game Informer, Respawn's VR game will be revealed at Oculus Connect (OC6) in September.
Oculus said the following on Twitter. A "first-person combat title" doesn't necessarily mean a shooter, it could also be a melee game.
It's unclear if this title is set in the Titanfall universe like Apex Legends, or is the beginning of a new universe. We'll find out soon enough. Are you excited about the game? Let us know.
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