XREAL Games Marketing Director Daniel Nyirfa spoke about the game in a recent statement from the team: “We are very proud of what our team has accomplished from a technical standpoint to port Zero Caliber over to the Oculus Quest platform. We’re extremely excited to bring Zero Caliber’s fan-favourite features to a new audience. Our on-the-fly swappable attachment system, weapon variety and physics, melee combat and climbing mechanics packed into an action-filled story will guarantee hours and hours of explosive fun. What’s even better is that the whole campaign can be played with friends!”
To your great surprise, the concept of Head Mounted Display is also not a new idea. The first head-mounted display was developed around 1960’s. the Telesphere mask was the first example of a head-mounted display, which provided 3D stereoscopic and wide vision with sound.
XREAL Games have not released any screenshots or videos showing off gameplay from the new title but we should temper our expectations about the graphical quality because it is sure to be a major step down from PC VR.The game is slated for a Q2 2021 launch but if the recent history of VR launches is anything to go by, this could be a very flexible release window. Despite the potential downgrades porting the game to the Quest, we are excited to see more of the major PC VR titles ported over to the Quest.
VR games to look forward to in 2021