Upcoming cyberpunk level and click on journey game VirtuaVerse has uncovered my moth-like attraction to pink and purple neon. I do know that cyberpunk is greater than this and I hope that the game will critically have interaction with the style’s roots past kanji road indicators and one thing referred to as “cryptoshamans.” And but. Look how fairly this trailer is.
If that wasn’t sufficient, the Steam web page additionally consists of different teases laser focused at me, particularly. Look at these good video game vegetation, for instance.
I assume this can be a trick of the bogus intelligence that’s taken over the world in VirtuaVerse, making me see solely issues that I actually need to see. Like the unusual floppy-disk/QR code mashup that makes me instantly very invested in seeing how they combine the clunky, touchable tech with the smooth interfaces of the world’s everlasting AR. Hopefully, thoughtfully!
The story follows Nathan, who’s on the lookout for his lacking girlfriend, Jay. Which is my title, additional making me assume that that is all a glitch within the chip in my mind. I do extraordinarily need to be “a talented AR graffiti writer,” in actual life, and intensely hope that my video game counterpart shouldn’t be a damsel in misery. Or lifeless.
Nathan, who in fact lives off the grid and “is among the few that can still switch AR off and see reality for what it is” should discover the world to search out her, aided alongside the best way by her hacker buddies and “guild of AR technomancers.”
VirtuaVerse says it’ll be out there “…in a future not so far away,” however for now you’ll find its retailer web page on Steam.