The upcoming drift racer DRIFT21 slides into Steam’s Early Access program this week, coming from Polish developer ECC Games while being released by Italian publisher 505 Games. Continue reading “DRIFT21 slides into Early Access”
Launching in a free update on all available platforms this week, Espire 1: VR Operative gets a huge amount of new content. We took an early look. Continue reading “Espire 1 gets free Assimilation update”
If you haven’t picked up Dirt Rally 2.0 yet and are on a PlayStation 4, then this could be the perfect time. There’s a massive sale going on right now that for the Game of the Year edition which even includes the very recent Colin McRae content. Continue reading “Huge sale on the Dirt Rally 2.0 GOTY Edition (PS4)”
Bringing back one of their older titles, developer Twisted Pixel just launched The B-Team on the Oculus Quest. Continue reading “The B-Team arrives on Oculus Quest”
When we heard about this a few days ago, we figured it was one of those “too good to be true” bits of news – GRIP: Combat Racing getting VR support. After all, it’s launching on April 1st. Turns out it’s actually real though, and you can find more details on the Steam page.
We’ve also had a chance to try it out ourselves by linking an Oculus Quest headset to a PC and it’s as technically impressive as it is overwhelming – quite possible the best sci-fi VR racing experience since Wipeout received its PSVR update. The original GRIP (which we reviewed on PS4) is a title that just keeps growing on you as you learn the track layouts, and the VR element makes it possible to relive things from a new perspective. Definitely recommended if you have a good grasp of the mechanics and track layouts, but something you might want to wait with if you’re a first time GRIP player.
Check out the full press release (and trailer) below: Continue reading “GRIP: Combat Racing Launches VR Update”