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Developer: Fast Travel Games
EXPLORE A WORLD RIPPED APART
Step into a beautiful yet perilous post-apocalyptic setting, where two powerful AIs are locked in a drawn-out conflict. As the only living human, you will uncover its many secret areas and solve intriguing puzzles to gradually realize what led to the extinction of almost all organic life
MASTER A FLUID BOW & SHIELD COMBINATION
Use a flexible weapons system with unparalleled precision to engage a wide array of artificial lifeforms created by a mysterious entity called Mothr
DELVE INTO A LASTING EXPERIENCE
Replay any mission from your customizable home base to uncover paths still hidden, spend acquired resources to upgrade your weapons and equipment, and display your hard-earned achievements for fellow adventurers
Apex Construct can be played using seamless teleportation movement, or full locomotion including direct movement with smooth turning.
Apex Construct - Announcement Trailer | PS VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive & Windows Mixed Reality
Apex Construct - Launch Trailer | PlayStation VR
Apex Construct is a first person adventure which makes great use of bow and arrow mechanics, and feels truly immersive in VR, but we found some control problems due to the unusual rotation system, based in a combination of pressing buttons and movement control.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Apex Construct provides some excellent exploration and exposition in a compelling and beautifully bizarre world. While there is a fully-baked experience here, the engaging story and compelling gameplay is marred by PSVR's limited control scheme. It represents a step forward for the platform, and for storytelling, but a bit of polishing or patching would bring the controls to heel.
The concept of a world inhabited by robots looks attractive on paper, though in Apex Construct it is far from Horizon: Zero Dawn not only in terms of graphics, but also in terms of the story, characters and environment. This game reminded us about low-budget projects released 10 years ago.
Review in Russian | Read full review
While technically competent and armed with a good story to tell, Apex Construct doesn't provide a compelling reason to keep going after the first few levels. A couple of upgrades to your single weapon appear, but the primary increase in challenge is simply more of the same.