VR Now: Playsnak hits the show floor with futuristic virtual reality racer, Neon Seoul: Outrun

Last week, Berlin played host to hundreds of creatives from the virtual reality industry for the second annual VR Now convention.

The expo featured seminars, workshops, and an awards ceremony honoring outstanding VR projects from around the globe. There was also a dedicated exhibition space where innovative VR and AR devs could show off their latest work—and, naturally, Playsnak was on location to share a little something of our own.

On Wednesday and Thursday, we invited expo attendees to go hands on with an alpha build of Neon Seoul: Outrun—an all-new IP that combines a futuristic setting with white-knuckle hoverbike racing. We’ll be sharing more info on the game very soon, as well as offering everyone a chance to experience it for themselves through Rift Early Access. For now though, you can grab a glimpse of players trying it out for the first time and hear what they had to say in our VR Now round-up video below.

 

 

But VR Now wasn’t the only thing keeping us busy last week. On Wednesday, we also announced details of Shaman: Spirithunter—a new VR adventure coming to Oculus Rift in 2018. The game invites you to assume the role of a fledgling shaman whose people have been wiped out by a never-ending winter. Immersing yourself in a beautiful world and a captivating story, it’s up to you to hunt depraved spirits, master shapeshifting powers and overcome the elements on your way to restoring nature’s balance.

Check out the official Shaman: Spirithunter website for more details, and stay up to date with all the latest news on the game at facebook.com/ShamanVRgame.