Over a week ago The Last Sniper officially launched, created by a single developer Robert Weaver, of Brilliant Game Studios. It has now come that today there is a free demo available to download.
For those who would rather try out the WW2 HTC Vive title, the newly released demo allows players to get a taste as ” a rogue sniper in the streets of Paris during the surrender of France and get a short experience of what it feels like to be The Last Sniper”.
The Last Sniper VR in full takes the player back in time to one of the most documented Wars in the history of mankind. “The Last Sniper is rich with content, jump out of an airplane as an allied soldier in Operation Market Garden, or defend Omaha beach from the hordes of Americans as a German machine gunner. Become a rogue sniper during the surrender of Paris and experience fully realistic weapon simulation, from bullet drop, to manual reloading of your weapon. The Last Sniper aims to simulate the sounds, visuals and feel of what it might have been like to be a soldier in a massive scale war.”
What is particularly interesting is how this title has been created by just one developer. Robert Weaver has had “years of experience in both developing games and sound engineering”, which explains how sound is said to play a big part in the title. Brilliant Game Studios is his own studio, and he mainly concentrates on AI.
The demo is free to download, but if you want the full version, it is available for the HTC Vive at £6.99 (GBP).
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