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  Indie VR game Experiment Gone Rogue launches today
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11/21/2018
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Plovdiv, Bulgaria - November 21, 2018 - Repulse Game Studio launches their first virtual reality action game - Experiment Gone Rogue. The game is now available on Steam Early Access and it supports Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

 

Experiment Gone Rogue is set in dystopian Earth, where an alien civilization, called the Cirinians, have asserted themselves over humanity. They perform various experiments on humans with the purpose of creating a super soldier under their control. However, something goes wrong with one of the test subjects and they lose their control over it. The player steps in the shoes of the escaped subject in the Cirinian facility, destroying everything in its way.

The game includes key features such as:

  • Smooth locomotion and teleportation system.

  • Dynamic gunplay: use real-life movements to take cover or dodge bullets

  • Physics based punching that transfers your punch velocity into the game.

  • Various weapons with hidden upgraded versions

  • Extra prizes won via minigames

  • Multiple Boss fights

  • A virtual Go-Go bar

  • Storyline that you piece together

 

About Repulse Game Studio:

Repulse is a VR game development studio in Bulgaria with a main focus on building immersive virtual reality experiences which combine both action and story. Experiment Gone Rogue will be published by Stara Zagora Holdings, LLC an independent San Francisco based game publishing company.

Find out more about Experiment Gone Rogue - Presskit

 

For more information:

 

Steam

 

E-mail: [email protected]

 

Website: Repulse

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