The original Vertigo is something of a fan favorite among VR gamers. While not one of the most critically acclaimed games released, it's still known as a very solid VR adventure game. A game with a story, as well as a beginning, middle and end. In the early days of VR, this was somewhat rare. We were overflowing with wave shooters and tech demos. Now developer Zach Tsiakalis-Brown
can bring us an even better example of his original vision. The amount of experience he's had developing the first game should pay in spades with this follow up. Zach also happens to be pretty close and friendly with Valve, so I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to think that Vertigo 2 will take full and total advantage of the new Valve Index controllers.