Indie development studio Ignibit has launched its VR shooter game Zero Killed on Steam Early Access. The game features tactical multiplayer gameplay in immersive virtual reality.
The game is said to be a tactical multiplayer VR shooter that mixes tactical gameplay, engaging PvP multiplayer, a rich choice of equipment, and gadgets with a dash of sci-fi. All put into VR with "unrestricted movement and an advanced collision system" for full immersion.
In Zero Killed players take control of one of the Zeros: professionals who have abandoned their past and broken all contact with their former employers. These companies hired them to illegally extract the previously unknown superconductive element Petronium from the devastated territory called The Zone.
The game will feature 4 vs 4 multiplayer, 4 different game modes, 10 characters to choose from with each featuring unique gadgets, equipment, perks and personalities, and 3 unique locations to play on.
The game heavily focuses on team cooperation and communication. Both are key elements required to adapt and respond to the ever-changing situation on a battlefield.
The Early Access version is available via both Steam and the Oculus Store because it supports both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets.
Zero Killed is said to remain in the Early Access development phase for at least two months. This time will be used to incorporate all the features that were requested during the game's closed beta tests.
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