EndSpace is coming September 19th to PlayStation VR!
Endspace, known as one of the better Gear VR titles, is coming to both the PlayStation VR, as well as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. First up, is the PSVR version, which will be landing on September 19th for $19.99. The gameplay looks very similar to EVE: Valkyrie, or possibly the Call of Duty Jackal Assault VR demo. Cockpit space shooters are likely to be a very popular category in VR gaming, just because they translate to the medium so well. The cockpit works great to combat the nausea, and it's a perfect option for gamers looking for a more relaxed VR gaming session. Sometimes you just want to kick back, rather than standing up, flailing your arms about. Seated controller based experiences can offer a much needed change of pace.
Of course, a major concern with a game like this, is will it differentiate itself enough from the rest of the pack? PlayStation VR gamers have had EVE since launch and while they're hungering for something new, if it doesn't do something a little better than EVE, it could struggle to find an audience.
Hopefully, the developer Orange Bridge Studios, is well aware of the fact that the one major thing that EVE: Valkyrie was lacking, was a cohesive single player storyline. Many players have said that EVE just didn't offer enough single player content. Orange Bridge Studios did release a brand new video showing off the PSVR version of the game, which you can check out below: