CCP Games Newcastle might now not exist (a minimum of below that title), however the bigger firm remains to be engaged on its flagship VR sport, EVE: Valkyrie, which you’ll play totally free this weekend.
The multiplayer dogfighter, which launched alongside the Oculus Rift practically two years in the past, is free to play on Oculus Home this weekend. You can slip in your Rift, soar into the cockpit of a ship from the EVE Online universe and go head-to-head with different gamers throughout Rift, Vive and PSVR in epic house battles.
As with all free weekends, you’ll be able to choose the complete sport up at a diminished worth should you like what you play. Valkyrie is $14.99 on each Oculus Home and Steam (must you personal a Vive) this weekend. It’s a chunk of VR historical past so on the very least should you’ve by no means performed it earlier than you need to give it a fast look. The sport additionally helps non-VR play, although we’re undecided it’s included within the free construct.
Late final yr CCP Games introduced that it was winding down its VR efforts and promoting of the Newcastle studio. As we came upon earlier this yr, the crew discovered a house at Sumo Digital.
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