House of Secrets, the Amsterdam-based studio behind acclaimed real-time VR music movies Surge (2015) and Apex (2017),  have launched their first full VR recreation, a puzzle platformer titled KIN. Now out there on Gear VR for $10, the sport may even be headed to Oculus Rift in January 2018.

Update (12/22/17): House of Secrets have simply launched ‘KIN’ for Gear VR. According to the sport’s web site, a Rift model can also be headed to the Oculus Store, slated for January 2018 launch. The Gear VR requires a gamepad controller, so it isn’t clear at this level which management scheme the Rift model will undertake.

Original Article (08/17/17): The studio calls the sport a “VR puzzle platformer recreation with fight components.” The recreation is because of launch “later this 12 months” on each the Oculus Rift and Gear VR (Galaxy S6 or increased solely). Catch the teaser trailer beneath:

From the appears of it, Kin is prone to be a third-person recreation. It’s unclear at this stage if it will likely be based mostly on gamepad or movement enter, although the studio says it’s a “seated or standing expertise.” As for gameplay, House of Secrets says that gamers will “traverse the remnants of an historical civilization on a distant planet. Throughout your journey by way of alien landscapes, a narrative will unfold.”

The recreation holds an summary aesthetic that has grow to be attribute for the studio by way of their earlier VR experiences resembling APEX and Surge. Lively colors, intuitive gameplay and fascinating stage design set the tone for KIN, during which the participant strikes by way of the world as a mysterious, tiny lady with massive hair clad in a vivid gown. Defeating enemies and fixing puzzles, she leaps from platform to platform, travelling by way of totally different landscapes.

Surge and Apex have been headed by House of Secrets’ Arjan van Meerten; followers of these works will likely be happy to know that Meerten can also be heading Kin as the sport’s Creative & Technical Lead, alongside the studio’s Sven Neve.

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House of Secrets has previously carried out VFX and interactive work, however Kin would be the studio’s first VR recreation correct. The studio says the sport is “made potential by Oculus,” although it isn’t clear to what extent the corporate is concerned; our guess can be that they are going to be publishing and/or funding the event of the title.

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