FUTURISTIC VR GAME ‘FAR HOME’ GETS SOCIAL

Dynamic new UK developer, DEVCUBESTUDIOä developing their first VR title, Far Home, announced their presence in Facebook and Twitter. Now you can get regular updates about Far Home in your favorite social networks like Facebook and Twitter.

Hitting Early Access January 2018 and launching at the end of 2018 for HTC Vive and Oculus, Far Home is a unique science-fiction game that teleports users into the year 2300, where earth is overpopulated and polluted, and humanity are searching for a new home.

Far Home is DEVCUBESTUDIO’s first foray into the VR world, and an exciting time for this young, charismatic studio.  The 50-strong team are pulling on their combined experience to not only create an action-packed first-person shooter with co-op option, but build something that treats its players to an immersive team based science fiction adventure.

Users can choose from 6 individual character classes and have the chance to explore 5 different planets, all with their own distinctive environments. During each expedition, players will encounter a number of unusual inhabitants that will either help or hinder them on their journey.

Make sure you follow Far Home on Facebook and Twitter.


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