The long-awaited science playground Bonelab will be released on Thursday.
“Yes, this Thursday,” clarifies developer Stress Level Zero in the release date trailer.
So September 29th – just six days as of this writing – Quest 2 and SteamVR players can explore the successor to Boneworks, the hugely popular 2019 PC VR title. Developer Stress Level Zero today released the 4-minute Bonelab release date trailer that offers some of our best views of the game ever.
The successor to Boneworks has been promised for standalone VR since the release of the original in 2019. Representing years of development, Brandon J Laatsch of Stress Level Zero dripped details on his Twitter account and then teased this week the game “turned gold”.
“Sentenced to death, you embody an outcast who escapes fate. Discover a path to a hidden underground research facility. A series of challenging experiments and discoveries await. A way to truth cries out from the void,” the game list explains. “After discovering an underground lab in MythOS City, you can access various game locations including arenas, obstacle courses, tactical trials, sandboxes, experimental modes, and user-generated levels. Collecting items, avatars and clues from these locations will help you progress through the mysterious story.Read:Suprema’s latest face biometric access control terminal offers new data security controls
Previously, Stress Level Zero released VR games Hover Junkers in 2016 and then Duck Season in 2017, with the latter porting to flat screen PCs in 2019, before moving its work on improving physics and object handling in VR to the new Boneworks. universe brought. The new title promises the ability to import custom avatars alongside a “layered story” with “game locations, including arenas, obstacle courses, tactical trials, sandboxes, experimental modes, and user-generated levels. Collecting items, avatars and clues from these locations will help you progress through the mysterious story.Read:Daily Authority: 🗞️ LG’s Rollable phone reviewed
We plan to dive deep into the game in the coming days and see how it compares between PC and Quest.