When a bunch of former Burnout leads started work on Lethal VR this summer, they called up the NRA. Not the American branch, who were rather busy at the time buying TV ads for the new president-elect, but the Bisley-based UK governing body of full bore rifle and pistol shooting.
When executive producer Ridley Scott and director Robert Stromberg teamed up to turn Scott’s Academy Award-winning The Martian movie into a virtual reality experience, they turned to Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 technology to provide the necessary jet fuel to power the 20-minute-long interactive journey.
While “Snake Pass” is a windy deathtrap of a road that connects the two northern English metropoli of Manchester and Sheffield, it’s also a new 3D platformer from sometime Forza developers Sumo Digital. PCGamesN speaks with the team about this compelling project.