We know we know it; another day, another Beat Saber Wannabe. But OnShape from Odders Lab has a few interesting twists that raised our eyebrows.
Especially the game looks like a cross between Beat Games & # 39; smash hit and, quite enough, Tetris. In the eye-catching teaser trailer during an animated player, incoming walls are dodged just like they would in Beat Saber. Then they throw themselves through a solid wall. Finally, they cast shapes to fit through human sized holes. All this happens with, you guessed it, a background for finding incredible electronic dance music.
Over on Steam, Odders promising a "stable song move" to arrive at postrelease on the existing soundtrack. Songs will have three difficulties and you will be able to challenge friends through the leaderboards. It is not clear how the individual elements of the trailers should intervene at one level, but it seems that this could be a pretty good way to stay in shape on VR.
This is not the first withdrawal of human Tetris we have seen in VR. Last year we wrote about Fit It, a game that used HTC Vive trackers to bring your entire body into VR. It doesn't look like OnShape will be able to track leg movements, etc. But moving your head and arms still has to give you a workout.
We can't find too much more information about the game, but it comes to PSVR, SteamVR (Index / Vive / Rift) and "Oculus" this summer. Based on the end of the trailer, we would guess the latter covers both Rift and Quest.
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