Former PSVR-exclusive first-person shooter (FPS), Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher, is coming to PC VR headsets this month.
The single-player game will launch on March 19th via SteamVR with support for the Rift, Vive and Index. Developer Viva Games already launched a non-VR version of the game on PC, but it looks like this will be a fully separate purchase. Check out the trailer for the PSVR version of the game below.
Immortal Legacy PC VR Version Confirmed
Immortal Legacy takes players to an ancient island in search of long lost secrets. There they’ll battle enemy soldiers and monsters with dual-wielding weapons. The game is notable for featuring a multi-hour, single-player shooter campaign. Even two years on from release, there aren’t many of those floating around in VR. That said, there’s some issues we hope are fixed in the PC version, like spotty motion controller support on PSVR.
We gave the game 6/10 when we reviewed it on PSVR in early 2019, saying it was one of the better VR games to spin out of Sony’s China Hero Project. “Immortal Legacy is clearly half the game it was once intended to be, with missing puzzle pieces strewn throughout,” we said. “What remains, though, is an often half-decent, if mostly uneventful, shooter. Control issues aside, it’s a palatable bit of VR action that, if nothing else, suggests China’s VR development scene is making strides beyond its previous efforts.”
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