PAYDAY 2 VR Beta Starts Now!
Starbreeze Studios and OVERKILL – A Starbreeze Studio just announced the start of the highly anticipated beta for PAYDAY 2 VR in the HTC Vive™ on Steam. Available immediately, all owners of any edition of PAYDAY 2™ and its respective DLC’s will be able to participate in the beta.
PAYDAY 2 VR will allow players to cross-play with their friends on a standard desktop PC. Desktop PC Heisters wanting to join their VR crew can simply participate by downloading the beta branch.
The beta will be on-going and is aimed to test several aspects of the VR version of the game throughout the testing period. Instructions on how to join the beta, including how to play PAYDAY 2 in VR, can be found herehttp://steamcommunity.com/app/218620/discussions/30/ . Developers will be at hand on the Steam forums to collect feedback for the duration of the beta.
With more than 5.4 million community members on the main PC digital distribution platform Steam, PAYDAY 2 have had more than 160 paid and free updates since its release in 2013. First launched in 2011, PAYDAY is a cooperative first-person shooter computer and video game franchise with more than 16 million units sold on PC, SteamOS, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Starbreeze is an independent creator, publisher and distributor of high quality entertainment products. With studios in Stockholm, Paris, Los Angeles, Barcelona and Brussels, the company creates games and other virtual reality entertainment products, based on proprietary design and licensed content. Starbreeze most recent games include PAYDAY 2®, VR-shooter John Wick Chronicles, shooter and upcoming survival co-op FPS OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead. Under its publishing initiative, Starbreeze has together with Canadian studio Behaviour Digital successfully launched horror thriller Dead by Daylight.
Starbreeze has set out to develop truly immersive virtual reality experiences, by integrating software and hardware in its StarVR® head mounted display, which is produced together with Acer.
Source: Virtual Reality Reporter