Untold Games has revealed that it has developed a playable demo for the Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) ecosystem, which utilises its bespoke VR gaming technology from the forthcoming Loading Human. The demo uses Loading Human’s proprietary VR gaming interface, UNICS (Untold Natural Interaction & Communication System), and players are required to shoot cubes within a VR environment using Razer’s Hydra controller and OSVR Hacker Dev Kit.
The demo is playable on Razer’s booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show (International CES) during January 6-9, in Las Vegas. Razer is located in the South Hall at Booth #31132.
Flavio Parenti, CEO of Untold Games, said:
“Untold Games is excited and privileged to be a contributing member of the OSVR initiative from Razer. We have developed the game demo alongside Razer to best showcase what the virtual reality device and open-source software can do and look forward to sharing the experience with attendees at International CES.”
Virtual Reality developers since 2013, Untold Games’ Loading Human is a virtual reality adventure game powered by groundbreaking controls and set in a thrilling sci-fi world. Developed from the ground up for VR and motion control devices like Oculus Rift and Sixense Stem System, players will be able to interact with objects within the environment to solve puzzles and uncover the secrets of Loading Human‘s story-driven gameplay.
Loading Human is currently in development for PC and Mac, and has had its concept approved for PlayStation4’s “Project Morpheus” virtual reality system.
The game is designed to support the Oculus Rift VR headset, and motion-based controllers like the Sixense STEM, Razer Hydra, YEI Technology PrioVR and Virtuix Omni.