Shooty Fruity is Available Now on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift
nDreams announced that Shooty Fruity is now ripe for consumption on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, priced at €19.99/$19.99/£15.99. Designed from the ground up for VR and motion controllers, Shooty Fruity challenges players to scan, pack and serve across multiple jobs, all whilst firing stacks of guns at mutant fruit.
Check out the launch trailer of Shooty Fruity, featuring some gameplay footage:
“Featuring unique multi-tasking gameplay mechanics only possible on VR platforms, blast perilous pomegranates, bloody blueberries, savage strawberries, and more hilariously deadly fruit while doing your job. Progress through your career from a produce scanning, pistol wielding inductee to a Gatling Gun-firing human blender! Newly revealed content, hot off the Super Megamart conveyor, include the game’s third job role – Packing parcels in the warehouse – and the Slow-mo power up, which takes bullet-time combat to a new level of berry-bursting depravity. In between the numerous shifts, new weapons can be purchased in the staff room, the game’s central hub where players can also customize and test their load out, including, automatic shotguns, rocket launchers and more, or check out their high scores on the leaderboard arcade machine.
“I must admit, nothing is more satisfying after braving the holiday crowds and queues than playing Shooty Fruity and unleashing my rocket launchers on bags of mutant fruit, splatting their overripe assets all over the place,” said Patrick O’Luanaigh, CEO/Store Manager at nDreams, “We can’t wait to see what new Shooty Fruity employees make of its unique blend of multi-tasking VR-only gameplay”.
Shooty Fruity is published by nDreams (The Assembly, Perfect, Bloody Zombies) and has been co-developed by nDreams and Near Light, who previously collaborated on escapism experience Perfect.
nDreams was formed in 2006 by former Codemasters and Eidos Creative Director, Patrick O’Luanaigh (Tomb Raider: Legend, Hitman: Blood Money, Conflict: Desert Storm) with a focus on virtual worlds. Since 2013, the company has dedicated its talents to developing remarkable virtual reality games and experiences. The studio has already worked on multiple successful VR titles – including SkyDIEving, Gunner, Danger Goat, Perfect, Bloody Zombies and the award winning The Assembly – and continues to develop multiple unannounced projects.”
For more information on Shooty Fruity, visit its official website.