Into The Radius VR Drops On Steam!

Into the Radius VR is a shooter and action game developed by CM Games for the PC platform. The environment in the game is made in the post-apocalypse style, where all you have to do is survive. The new VR shooter comes to the Steam Early Access on November 6, so get ready!

Take A Little Look Into The Gameplay

The game offers you to fight with deadly anomalies and bizarre creatures in a place that was once a quiet mining town. Geiger counter ping reveals the truth about the abandoned area that is the Chernobyl exclusion zone, and it is completely restricted to the public.

CM Games says Into the Radius was inspired by the groundbreaking sci-fi novel “Roadside Picnic” by Soviet science fiction authors Arkady and Boris Strugatsky and is heavily inspired by the themes of Stalker, Stephen King and the atmosphere of MYST (1993), as well as Eldritch horror storytelling.

We don’t want to make the early predictions and promises, but we’re sure that VR experience is a great thing to try, and the new horror game can be a good start for it. Although the early access will provide you with much of a map to explore and a bunch of missions to try. Apart from that, the developer also noted that the first full game edition might be released in 2020 already and have at least 15 hours of a playable storyline.

Into the Radius VR will be distributed as a one-time purchase by CM Games publisher. Now, the game is still on the development stage, and its release date is November 6, 2019.

A Quick Guide On VR Glasses

If you have never tried the VR glasses, here are our top 5 choices to help you choose.

1. HTC Vive

HTC Vive screenshot

These VR glasses have a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer, and laser positioning sensor, which allow you to track the position of the head accurately. HTC Vive can work with almost all operating systems. For example, it supports desktop Windows, Android, or the PS4 console.

2. Xiaomi Mi VR 2

Xiaomi Mi VR 2 screenshot

Xiaomi Mi VR 2 works great with smartphone screens up to 5.7 inches, but due to its simplicity, they are quite affordable. The headset has its own motion sensor and multi-touch Bluetooth remote control. VR glasses are equipped with an independent motion sensor, thanks to which the picture moves smoothly. The viewing angle of the glasses is 103 degrees. By the way, Xiaomi MI VR 2 has an adjustment of the lens focus, which myopic and far-sighted users will definitely appreciate.

3. Samsung Gear V

Samsung Gear V screenshot

The model has a built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, and proximity sensor. The kit includes a wireless touch gamepad with a trigger. The mask of the glasses is made of soft material to provide maximum comfort. There is also adjusting the focal length option.

4. Sony PlayStation VR

Sony PlayStation VR screenshot

The PlayStation VR glasses, as the name suggests, are designed for the PS4, but they also work with other platforms. Although the OLED display is not striking in its resolution (960 × 1080 for each eye, the total is 1920 × 1080), it has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is one of the highest on the market.

5. Oculus Rift CV1 + Touch

Oculus Rift CV1 + Touch screenshot

A great choice for multi-platform usage. The screen resolution for each eye is 1200 × 1080, and the viewing angle is 110 degrees. The delivery set for Oculus includes built-in headphones, a gamepad, a control panel, and an external position sensor.

Our Opinion

Into the Radius VR is a single-player VR shooter created by the Estonian indie game studio. The game represents the horror genre and promises us an explosive mixture of horrors, along with exploring the open world, realistic handling of weapons, and many post-Soviet landscapes that will be used as the background. A pretty intriguing mixture, isn’t it?

Our verdict is that the game has much to offer, so buying it in early access will be a good choice. After all, you can bring your own ideas and make the game a perfect one before it is published officially.

What do you think about the upcoming game? Let us know by leaving a comment.

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