Hubris - Cyborn | CROSSFIRE: Sierra Squad - Smilegate | The Walking Dead Saints & Sinners 2 - Skydance Interactive
VR Games Week
February 20-24, 2023
All throughout this week, we're going to be highlighting awesome Unreal Engine-powered VR games. This will include taking a dive into recent releases like Hubris, looking back at critically-acclaimed titles like Moss: Book II, and interviewing studios that are working on several exciting upcoming VR projects that are launching across PlayStation VR2, Meta Quest, PCVR headsets, and more. This Thursday, we will also feature an Inside Unreal livestream focused on VR development.
We've got a ton of VR content coming your way so sit tight and strap yourselves (and your headsets) in!
Developed by Belgian developer Cyborn, who comes from a media and entertainment background, Hubris captures the scope, scale, and beauty of AAA games, but finds a whole new perspective in virtual reality.
CROSSFIRE: Sierra Squad brings the FPS franchise to a new reality
CROSSFIRE: Sierra Squad sees the fast-paced first-person shooter moving into virtual reality. Developer Smilegate explains how Unreal Engine and an Epic MegaGrant helped build an immersive experience on PlayStation®VR2.
Another Fisherman's Tale pushes boundaries as the sequel to 2019's award-winning VR puzzler
Following the award-winning A Fisherman’s Tale, INNERSPACEVR returns with an all-new virtual reality puzzle experience. Another Fisherman’s Tale continues to push the boundaries of the medium while offering a charming adventure for protagonist Bob the Fisherman to explore.
Inside Unreal | What You Didn't Know About VR Development in Unreal Engine
Join hosts Alex Coulombe (CEO, Agile Lens: Immersive Design), Victor Brodin (XR Product Specialist), and Tina Wisdom (Community Manager) as they celebrate VR week with rapid fire tips and tricks about VR development in Unreal Engine that you might not have known about. From spectator camera’s to walking modes and even hand tracking—they walk through it all + follow up with a live Q&A segment.
If you’re an existing Unreal Engine user, you can download Unreal Engine 5 from the Epic Games launcher. If you're looking to dive in for the first time, click the link below to get started. Either way, we hope you enjoy all the new features and upgrades, and as always, we encourage your feedback!