VR is still a baby in the gaming world, there’s a ton of potential there, but it still needs to grow on its own time. But while the technology may be limited, the wonderful people over at White Elk are still putting all their efforts into making quality games. Eclipse: Edge of Light came out in April 2017 for mobile VR platforms, but it’s now making the leap to PlayStation VR, PlayStation 4, Steam VR, and Oculus Rift. The game is also coming out on Nintendo Switch on January 30th. The game will be $14.99 and features an original score composed by Outer Wilds’ composer, Andrew Prahlow.
The game has been graphically updated to fully take advantage of the new hardware it will call home. Created by former God of War developers, Eclipse: Edge of Light is a first-person exploration game set on a sentient planet with a dark past. At its core is a mysterious story of a world filled with discovery and wonder. You awake after crash-landing to find yourself in a dreamscape environment, littered with the remnants of a failed civilization.
Eclipse: Edge of Light won multiple awards in the year ensuing it’s release, including Best VR game for Mobile at VR Fest 2018. It includes over 3 hours of gameplay, and features full locomotion. It is a story based game with an incredible track record of recognition from the mobile game and VR communities.