“The VR experience built by Trion’s virtual reality lab showcases Atlas’ most wanted Freelancers in a revolutionary new way. Perched atop one of the many skyscrapers in the game’s cloud-piercing cityscape, users will get an up-close look at Atlas Reactor’s full character roster. They can watch Freelancers perform in-game abilities and taunts, in addition to previewing each character’s visual customization options, like skins and styles, with the wave of a hand.”
Trion is serious about VR; CEO Scott Hartsman says his company “believe[s] in the promise of VR”: “We know there’s a long road ahead before millions of people have these and we want to be here creating experiences for you every step of the way. For now, we hope early VR adopters have some fun with this token of our high esteem for VR.”
In other Vive news, CCP Games has confirmed that EVE Valkyrie is also on the way to the platform later this year. Valkyrie and little sister EVE Gunjack, which was already known to be Vive-bound and made that journey today as well, launched for the Oculus Rift last week.
— EVE: Valkyrie (@EVEValkyrie) April 5, 2016