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Skyfront VR

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Game Information

Available on:HTC ViveDec 20, 2019

Developer: Levity Play

Genres: Action, Simulation

Skyfront is a multiplayer FPS built exclusively for VR. Jump into our fast-paced zero-G battles and get your heart rate thumping! PS. We’re a bloodless FPS, so YES, you can play against your little sister, mom and that one really squeamish friend that freaks out every time someone mentions blood! You whoosh around by equipping the Thruster and pointing your hand wherever you want to go. If you’re a VR pro and like to go REALLY FAST, try out the Grapple that latches onto surfaces and lets you spiderman around the game arenas. Skyfront presents you with a versatile weapons arsenal and plenty of special abilities to boot! Whether you like to snipe your opponents from afar or get right into their faces – we’ve got you covered! Plus we’ve got Zero-G pineapples! The game features four crazy cool arenas. The distinct sizes and layouts of the arenas promote different types of gameplay, from really fast-paced and intense to more calculated and sneaky. You can also choose between traditional Single Deathmatch and Team Deathmatch game modes and the more intense team-based Domination mode. Every time you unlock a new progression level, we throw awesome customisation assets your way! Skins, visors, trails – be your perfect VR you! The bragging rights you get whenever you level up aren’t half bad either!

Where to Buy

Amazon

Trailers

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Skyfront VR Launch Trailer

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Skyfront VR - Early Access Trailer [2017]

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Skyfront VR - Announcement Trailer [August 2017]

Screenshots

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Reviews

Skyfront VR is a perfectly serviceable, run-of-the-mill shooter, bearing little difference to the ones you’ve played many times before. The developers miss an opportunity here to expand and innovate upon the idea of zero-g arena combat, lending to an overall feel of “been there, done that”.

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