Stress Level Zero, the workforce behind two wonderful VR games, has revealed its newest undertaking.
Stress Level Zero beforehand labored on Hover Junkers, and Duck Season – each extremely rated VR games. Boneworks is the studio’s new undertaking, due out this yr for Oculus Rift, Steam VR, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
Boneworks is an motion game that takes after Half-Life, the place objects, weapons, and the world itself are modelled on practical physics. As you possibly can see within the reveal trailer, the game permits for better freedom with regards to navigating its environments, and fixing the varied issues it presents.
For instance, a crowbar can be utilized to pry open a door, or – with sufficient momentum – swing between spikes or mantle as much as a platform. Likewise, extra conventional weapons can be utilized in inventive ways in which weren’t essentially supposed.
The game’s Steam page additionally mentions a practical illustration of our bodies and limb motion, which is probably going going to come in useful when performing a few of the duties proven within the trailer with out the necessity of different objects. Beyond that, animations look very practical, with sufficient weight to promote the phantasm.
It seems to be extremely spectacular, and Stress Level Zero’s pedigree actually has VR fans excited. Catch the trailer beneath, or head via the Steam hyperlink above to wishlist Boneworks.