Phoenix-based indie developer Broken Windows Studios virtual reality (VR) compatible title Reflections, currently supports the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). The studio hasn’t mentioned support for any other PC-based HMD, but recently revealed an interest in the PlayStation VR HMD for PlayStation 4.
Reflections has been developed for the PlayStation 4 console, and in a conversation on Twitter the developer responded to a fans query on PlayStation VR compatibility with: “We’re looking into it and will confirm if so!” So it’s possibly on the cards, and the studio has already got VR experience from working with the Oculus Rift.
Reflections is a real-world adventure videogame where every action you take has meaningful consequences that radically shape the experience. Using Broken Window Studios’ in-house Storyteller Engine, The game aims to take a new path to storytelling, where everything players do can be woven into a narrative that drastically changes, altering the world around them.
Broken Windows Studios recently took Reflections to the IndieCade 2015 festival in Culver City, California, along with Tobii’s eye tracking technology, to add an extra level of immersion to the VR compatible videogame.
VRFocus will continue to monitor the latest updates from Broken Windows Studios, reporting back on the studio confirming support for any other HMDs.
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