Obduction May Get Oculus Rift Support If It Reaches New Stretch Goal

/ 5 years ago


The latest title from Cyan, Obduction, has already raised $648,493 of the $1.1m that they’re looking to secure via their Kickstarter page and with 18 days to go it looks like they’ll make it too.

The company has just added their first stretch goal that would see them add support for the Oculus Rift VR headset, and as far as I am concerned I really hope this happens, anything else on the market that justifies me spending a small fortune on that headset is good in my books.

The Rift will be completely optional to play the game of course, just an added bonus for those who actually own the headset and a way for them to better enjoy their VR headset.

“We believe that playing Obduction through the lenses of an Oculus Rift will be a rich, immersive experience for those players fortunate enough to have the equipment to support it. However, adding support for the Oculus Rift will in no way affect or diminish the experience for “traditional” gamers. The game will be immersive regardless of your view. Oculus Rift use will be entirely optional. (Note: At our discretion additional VR devices may also be supported.)” – Cyan

The $1.3m streatch goal will also bring language localisation and if you want to show them your support you can find out more information over on their official Kickstarter page.

Thank you IncGamers for providing us with this information.

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