Stunlock Studios, the Swedish game developer responsible for Battlerite, have dropped a new video showing off the VR aspect of the game. The video offers a behind the scenes look at how the VR portion has been implemented as well as how it will be used by spectators.

Stunlock has been in the process of developing their own VR software. According to Tobias Johansson, Stunlocks Head of VR, the filming techniques used in this are cutting edge. The next step is to implement the observer mode.

Battlerite is set to enter Early Access next month — September 20. More information on the game is available on the official site.

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  1. trionisshit on August 12, 2016

    VR is failed shit, zero good games, very expensive , u need to build new high end pc for such a shit expierience, for gaming this poop will die with such price also u n eed to get both available vr headsets becauuse their games not compitable with each other, when it becomse cheap like android then only can talk about success.

  2. ASD on August 12, 2016

    I’m not a fan of single player VR games but I’m interested in this and can’t wait to see it release. I’m more interested in Virtual reality games then game consoles or normal PC games.

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