NAKED SUN heading to HTC Vive/SteamVR & Oculus July 17

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In the mood to stop a machine uprising dead in its tracks? 

The action-packed VR first-person shooter Naked Sun is on a collision course with HTC Vive/SteamVR and Oculus – releasing into the wild on July 17. According to UK-based developer Door Z, the PSVR version will be released in late August.

If you’ve found previous VR shooters to be tiresome or nausea-inducing, check out Naked Sun. The game’s stunning visuals – rendered over a 180-degree field of action – are perfect for devices without room scale. You’ll also avoid motion sickness altogether.

Naked Sun places you on a futuristic cargo train bound for the Mexico City arcology (once the global capital) on a mission to bring the city’s automated defense systems down. Retaking Mexico City is the first step – and the only way – to bring humanity back from the brink.

  • Enjoy a 180-degree field of action – perfect for devices without room-scale tracking.
  • Experience intense action without a hint of motion sickness.
  • Immerse yourself in a detailed, high-speed world.
  • Go tactical with destructible in-game objects.
  • Take in the sights with a stunning, constantly changing environment.

Naked Sun will be available on Steam and Oculus, Tuesday, July 17 at $11.19 (30% off). The game will return to its original price of $15.99 on July 24 – one week after launch. The PSVR version will be released in late August.