The upcoming VR zombie shooter, Propagation: Paradise Hotel, has its first gameplay footage.
Nearly four minutes of gameplay debuted at the AG French Direct event last week. It showcases pre-alpha gameplay of the title that was first announced at the Upload VR Showcase last December.
While it’s just an early glimpse, it gives us a good idea of what to expect from developer WanadevStudio’s latest project. Paradise Hotel seems to be heavy on the horror vibes, with players exploring darkened rooms and crawling with undead enemies. We also see VR-specific elements like physical weapon reloads and an inventory system, as well as first aid sprays that you actually spray on yourself (a nice nod to the Resident Evil series).
Reproduction: Paradise Hotel gameplay revealed
It’s certainly different from 2020’s Propagation VR, which offered co-op golf shooting. The game was released for free with the multiplayer element launched as premium DLC and received positive response on Steam. Paradise Hotel, on the other hand, will have a full single-player campaign with traditional survival horror elements such as scarce resources and puzzles.
Currently, the game is slated for a late 2022 release on PC VR, although it is destined for all major headsets. That means Quest and PSVR/PSVR 2 versions are likely, but there’s no word yet on whether they’ll appear in the same window or later in line.
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