By Mathew Imfeld / June 11th, 2018
During the PC Gaming Show in E3 2018, there was an interview detailing Insomniac Games’ newest project Stormland. Announced before four days ago, details were given about the setting, gameplay, and use of VR. It is an open-world game in VR with the Oculus Rift, where the main appeal that it tracks the player’s movement of their hands. Everything from climbing, combat, to even moving while flying is determined by hand movements. The main character is an android gardener, during a time in a world where the tempest ruins everything. The player must then travel to and in The Thunderheads to repair not only themselves, but also save their friends. In order to increase replay value, after every week, the Tempest rearranges everything in the game.
A trailer has been given, shown below.
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