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Moondust is Valve's new Portal-themed virtual reality demo

Space and Portal seem to be a recurring combination

by
Raymond Bakker
Monday, June 25, 2018 | 20:31 GMT
1 min.

Moondust is Valve's new Portal-themed virtual reality demo

Monday, June 25, 2018 | 20:31 GMT
by
Raymond Bakker


Valve has released its new virtual reality demo Moondust. The demo is used to test and validate the company's upcoming VR controller Knuckles EV2


In the demo, players are taken to the moon where they conduct experiments and solve puzzles. The demo is themed around the Portal franchise.

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The demo was made to test and validate Valve's upcoming Knuckles EV2 controller. The demo is not just a way to validate design decisions, it is also a sandbox to test potential game mechanics with the new inputs.

Moondust utilizes all of the new inputs of Knuckles EV2 and showcases a few new game mechanics enabled by the new controller. It can be added to your Steam Library free of charge by clicking here.
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