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Insomniac Games, Oculus Studios
Nov 14, 2019 - Meta Quest

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Critics Recommend

7.8 / 10
PC Gamer
76 / 100
IGN Italy
8.5 / 10
75 / 100
Game Rant
4 / 5
The Games Machine
9 / 10
8.5 / 10
The Outerhaven Productions
3.5 / 5
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Stormland Trailers

Stormland: Combating the Tempest | Oculus Rift S thumbnail

Stormland: Combating the Tempest | Oculus Rift S

Stormland — the World Above | Oculus Rift thumbnail

Stormland — the World Above | Oculus Rift

Stormland | E3 Announce Trailer | Oculus Rift thumbnail

Stormland | E3 Announce Trailer | Oculus Rift

Stormland Screenshots

Critic Reviews for Stormland


7.8 / 10.0

Its combat is far from perfect, but launching yourself off of Stormland's highest peaks with your own two hands is an absolute treat in VR.

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Excellent VR combat and movement wedged inside a repetitive quest system.

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Stormland lacks a little in variety, but virtual reality is exploited to the full and the persistent nature of the game is intriguing to say the least. After Asgard's Wrath, another great VR game.

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With gorgeous visuals, an expansive open world, and multiplayer support, Stormland delivers a serviceable shooter with an exceptional upgrade system, and a feeling of progression. What makes it amazing is all of the ways you can glide, fly, surf, or climb -- the expansive world of Stormland is yours to explore, until it changes next week and you get to do it all again.

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Stormland is an impressive virtual reality experience with great controls and freedom of movement that shows just how far VR has come.

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At the moment I spent about twelve hours among the peaks and plateaus that pop up in the clouds of Stormland, fighting the robotic threats of the "Tempest", and I think I will spend as many in the coming days. Contents of this Oculus exclusive by Insomniac Games promise to be infinite, they are not in fact – or, at least, their variety has a precise limit, even in the procedural generation after the end of storymode – but it does enough to be loved by video games sci-fi fans and, in general, those who enjoy approaching open world settings with great freedom of action, often exellent in its concepts and pleasantly in the boundaries of emergent gameplay.

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After Asgard's Wrath, virtual reality knows another champion: Insomniac takes us to the Land of Storms. And it's a success.

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Stormland's idea of an ever-changing world doesn't provide many reasons to stick around, but the main campaign offers more than enough enjoyable content thanks to punchy shooting and an incredible movement system.

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