It was announced last November that the VR scif-i adventure title “Obduction” will be getting PSVR, HTC Vive and Oculus Touch support. Fast forward to today, Cyan Inc has announced in a press release that on March, HTC Vive and Touch for Oculus Rift support will be available on March 22 on Steam, GOG, Humble Store and the Oculus Store!
According to the press release, they have over 200,000 fans on their Steam wishlist, many of whom has been eagerly waiting for the motion control support.
Cyan Inc., makers of the legendary Myst and Riven franchise, announced today that its critically-acclaimed sci-fi adventure game, Obduction, will become available on HTC Vive and Touch for Oculus Rift on March 22 on Steam, GOG, Humble Store, and the Oculus Store for $29.99, in a feature-rich package that includes all platforms released to date, including Mac which is coming soon. Players who already own the game will receive Vive and Touch in a free update on March 22 as well.
“We have over 200,000 fans on our Steam wishlist, many who have been asking for hand controls for Obduction. As a VR-centric studio, we’re thrilled to be delving even further into these platforms, bringing ever deeper immersion to our worlds and pushing the edge of what’s possible,” cheered Rand Miller, CEO, Cyan.
Obduction PC and Oculus Rift Touch will be playable in the Indie Corner of the SXSW Gaming show floor, Thursday, March 16-Saturday, March 18, 12-8pm at the Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 2. Fans are encouraged to swing by the booth to say hi to the Cyan dev team, play the game, and show their support by voting for Obduction for the SXSW Gamers’ Voice Award,
On St Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17, 7:45pm, there will be a special appearance by master puzzler, Rand Miller, who will be doing a fun-filled AMA on the SXSW Gamer’s Voice stage.
Fans will also have a chance to play Obduction PC and Oculus Rift Touch at the PAX East Indie MEGABOOTH in Boston, Friday, March 10-Sunday, March 12.
For GDC San Francisco, Monday, February 27-Friday, March 3, Cyan in partnership with Noodlecake Studios will be showing previews to press of Riven for Android, which is coming soon to Google Play and Amazon.
Check out the launch trailer for the Rift version here.