Hong Kong, October 11 – DGMA studio is happy to announce “Galactic Rangers VR” – a literally immersive arcade VR FPS PC game (“Galactic Rangers VR” is coming to Steam this Autumn). Imagine you got that classic arcade cabinet just at your home, or even an office!
And you are to take the role of Galactic Ranger who is armed with a pair of top-notch blasters, shields and has some really cool abilities like, for an example, time freezing.
Galactic Rangers VR will put you in a shoe of one of a kind saviour of the Galaxy, who has to deal with those evil space pirates, shot a lot, dodge asteroids and debris and even jump as you progress. Do it with some style, do it with some music!
“We are thrilled to reveal our product. Not only Galactic Rangers VR is a new approach to traditional FPS genre, but we have some really cool techs behind, such as advanced image stabilisation.
You won’t see them, but you’ll notice them. So, just grab your pair of blasters and dive into deep space, blasting away endless waves of enemies as long as you can!” – said Andrey Lukashov, DGMA Chief Technical Officer.
Galactic Rangers is a VR only product, that supports a vast majority of VR devices such as Oculus Touch, Steam VR/HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality. The game is to be released later this autumn for Steam, Oculus Store and Windows Store.
– Easy to jump in wave-FPS
– Realistic and colourful graphics
– Tons of enemies you have to blast through
– Fast-paced action
– The story unfolds as you progress in the game
– Tons of fun, shooting and dodging as you blast off the enemies
– Cool gadgets and bonuses – super shield and time dilation
– Awesome music score to help you get through the enemies
More about Digital Games Makers Association:
DGMA is a brand new developer forming around the idea of bringing simple but immersive arcade-like games back to VR community.
While DGMA uniting some serious VR scene veterans, it also has few developing studios around the globe, such as Moscow and Hong Kong-based offices.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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