VR game 'Naked Sun' releases on Oculus, Vive

An in-game image from 'Naked Sun'. An in-game image from 'Naked Sun'. DOOR Z STUDIO

Door Z's new VR shooter title, Naked Sun, is now available on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

The game takes place at the start of the 23rd century after humans finally lost the Earth to artificial intelligence.  Machines turned against their creators as every android was updated with a new prime directive: Eliminate all humans.  Abandoned cities, high radiation levels, and the constant android threat has pushed humanity to the brink of extinction.  A handful of survivors hide in the ruins and are fighting back despite the enemy having the advantage.

The player's mission in all this is to intercept a cargo train bound for Mexico City to kill the city’s defense systems.  Once inside, it's up to the player to disable the mainframe in control of the planet.  Getting Mexico City -- the one time global capital -- back is the only way to turn the tide of war and save countless human lives.

“After working on several concepts for Naked Sun, we realized that forward movement really makes VR ‘pop’ – especially when moving at high speeds or transitioning between environments on a platform," says Door Z Studio CEO Maksim Burdilov.  "We’re thrilled to have solved the motion sickness problem with Naked Sun – and we couldn’t be more proud of the finished product.  VR first-person shooter fans are in for a treat.”

Naked Sun is available via Steam for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.  Door Z Studio says a PSVR version will be released in late August.

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