Quick Journey Video games immediately revealed a brand new VR roguelite set within the universe of Stellaris (2016), the critically acclaimed PC title. Referred to as Ghost Sign: A Stellaris Recreation, the one participant technique recreation is slated to reach on Meta Quest 2 someday in early 2023.
Just like the PC recreation from Paradox Interactive, Ghost Sign allows you to captain your individual spaceship and discover the universe, this time in quest of the enigmatic Ghost Sign.
It’s basically a single participant recreation, though when you scan unique creatures in your logbook and conduct analysis in a number of tech bushes, you may also scavenge different gamers’ abandoned ships for valuables, giving it a kind of eerie asynchronous multiplayer factor.
Quick Journey Video games—additionally identified for VR titles Apex Assemble, The Curious Story of the Stolen Pets, and Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife—says the sport may even allow you to meet mysterious aliens, encounter planet-sized creatures and interact in dynamic house battles.
“For years Stellaris has captivated gamers with its huge and wondrous universe,” mentioned Christopher Smith, Lead Recreation Designer at Quick Journey Video games. “Ghost Sign: A Stellaris Recreation takes that universe and brings it nearer like by no means earlier than whereas giving gamers a totally new manner of experiencing it. Each followers and newcomers are certain to find one thing particular among the many stars on this digital actuality roguelite take.”
The sport is alleged to incorporate:
- Roguelite gameplay the place no journey is in useless
- Alien species to battle or befriend
- Heavy artillery to fend off monstrous creatures or defeat enemy armadas
- Highly effective upgrades corresponding to freeze rays, atomic missiles, and dragon companions
- Randomized maps, each day challenges, and leaderboards
Like Guardians Frontline, an upcoming strategic VR shooter introduced Quick Journey and VirtualAge Video games, there’s no particular launch date but past the acknowledged ‘early 2023’ window. That nonetheless matches the anticipated launch of PSVR 2, so it’s attainable the veteran VR studio is trying additionally assist Sony’s next-gen VR headset too.