VR Game Vindicta Launches On Steam Early Access

Steam Early Access brings a lot of titles to gamers before they are officially done. This allows developers to hear feedback from potentially hundreds or thousands of players, each...
Vindicta

Steam Early Access brings a lot of titles to gamers before they are officially done. This allows developers to hear feedback from potentially hundreds or thousands of players, each of whom brings new views into the game and what it can be. For VR titles, this can be extremely helpful, as the platform is still young, and good games on it aren’t as numerous as you might think. One VR title that is trying to be one of the good ones is Vindicta, a first-person shooter that wants you to feel every shot and action through VR.

The game has just launched on Steam Early Access, and until June 27th will have a special discount, making it $20 to own.

As for the premise of Vindicta, it’s pretty simple. There’s an evil corporation that is trying to take over the world via a giant robot army that they have built. Of course. However, things aren’t going to be easy for them, because you are Agent V, and you’re tasked with taking them all down.

What makes this title so special, at least in regards to VR is that the game isn’t just an action title, it’s a stealth one. You’ll be able to hide from enemies, duck behind corners or behind objects to get out of sight, and more. The team wants you to experience action without being forced into it, and this is the best way to do so.

The game itself uses some powerful tracking systems to help show your moments. You’ll literally walk through the corporations building to take out its army, and there are two different options that can track how you attack with your guns. And yes, there will be a lot of guns, and even some grenades!

Add that to a wide variety of enemies, online play and leaderboards, and Vindicta might just be a VR title you want to look into.

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