Digital actuality (VR) shooters Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister and Drop Useless: Twin Strike Version have been the work of UK-based developer Pixel Toys, in an announcement at this time the XR group has been spun out to kind Soul Meeting. This new studio will deal with VR and the metaverse, revealing that two tasks are within the works.
Soul Meeting shall be led by ex Codemasters and Jagex veteran David Solari, joined by David Osbourn (Codemasters and Activision) and Tony Williams (Codemasters and Take-Two Interactive) in government positions. They’ll be focusing their efforts solely on VR has the trade continues to take care of momentum.
“With over 30 proficient builders and two improbable video games we’re thrilled to be one of many main builders of VR and the metaverse,” stated Solari in a press release. “Constructing on that momentum now we have 2 additional bold and thrilling tasks in improvement which we plan to launch earlier than the tip of the yr.”
No additional particulars got as to what these tasks might be however on the Soul Meeting web site, there’s a single spooky picture of a home with “coming quickly” throughout it. That picture is titled “zombie cabin” which tends to recommend Soul Meeting is holding with its undead heritage for one more zombie-filled shooter.
As Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister and Drop Useless: Twin Strike Version are each action-heavy VR experiences there’s a great probability this teased challenge could take the same route. A 2022 launch window additionally means there shouldn’t be too lengthy to attend to seek out out extra.
Soul Meeting can also be trying to develop its group with a number of job vacancies on its web site. As particulars concerning the two new digital actuality tasks floor, gmw3 will proceed to maintain you up to date.