“GIANT COP: Justice Above All” Coming to Oculus Rift on March 30th 2017, Other VR Platforms to Follow

Other Ocean, has just issued a press release regarding the release date for GIANT COP: Justice Above All.

“Other Ocean is delighted to get Giant Cop into the hands of players. This is a game specifically designed for a Virtual Reality experience as opposed to a game that was pushed to fit,” said Deirdre Ayre, Other Ocean’s Head of Operations. “It’s the world’s first, and only, open world, giant-sized, VR comic crime drama,” added Ayre.

“A key feature in Giant Cop is the open world in which you can explore Micro City,” said Ryan Hale, Studio Head for Other Ocean. “Our team deliberately built Micro City with sandbox gameplay in mind. This allows players a 3-4 hour experience of gameplay uncovering the crime syndicate that threatens Micro City. But if you want to just explore the world and find hidden interactive objects you can do that too – it’s limitless really.” said Hale.

According to the press release, the game will be releasing on the Oculus Store for the Oculus Rift + Touch with a price tag of $24.99. Other Ocean is partnered with SKYBOUND Entertainment, founded by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and his business partner David Alpert. Do expect The Walking Dead characters and Easter Eggs to be integrated into this game exclusively to SKYBOUND insiders (free membership program which will also grant Giant Cop game owners updates, special offers and future merchandise features)

You ARE Giant Cop! It’s your first day on the job and you need to hit the ground running in order to keep the citizens of Micro City safe. Use your size to your advantage as you tower high above the city streets enforcing the law, and use your wits to uncover a criminal plot that threatens the future of Micro City! Micro City is broken into districts, each with a distinct identity where pedestrians react to your every move. As Giant Cop, players can explore and play in the city while being tasked with missions like ridding the city of the savage cabbage, cleaning up neighbourhood crimes like noise complaints and keeping pesky protests under control. There is a colourful cast of characters, set in a 70s art and music style, that you interact with along the way.

Release for other VR platforms will follow in the coming months.