New Retro Arcade: Neon has been anticipated for a while, and now a playable demo was launched yesterday on Steam for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The Digital Cybercherries studio has now released a demo of its videogame, New retro Arcade: Neon, and on the update where the studio made the announcement on Steam, it was briefly outlined what players could expect, and it also acknowledged the support it had received: “It gives a glimpse into what the full game will have to offer and provides the same amount of content as the previous free versions of New Retro Arcade.
“Thank you so much for the constant support you all show us. It’s amazing to be a part of such a great and rapidly growing community. ”
New Retro Arcade: Neon has taken what 80s and 90s arcade gaming was all about and put it into VR so those who have already experienced it can be taken back, and those who haven’t can get a glimpse into where videogaming really stemmed from.
There is a large assortment of classice arcade videogames ready to play, but as well as that there is also the social aspect of what arcades used to embody naturally. New Retro Arcade: Neon includes multiplayer gameplay where you can socialise in VR with your friends and try to beat each others’ high scores, team up on titles, or just relax in the environment.
Other features include customisable surroundings, support for motion controllers as well as gamepads, real-time streamed radio with 80s retro soundtrack, and a list of Easter eggs to find.
Although this demo has been launched for New Retro Arcade: Neon, the full version is still “coming soon”.
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