‘Sweet Surrender’ releases for PCVR and Oculus Quest next week

Salmi games releases cell-shaded roguelike shooter Sweet surrender to PCVR and Oculus headsets next week.

Sweet surrender is a VR shooter in a dystopian mega tower. The large structure is infected with robots that have to be shot and blown up while players fight their way to the top. Sweet surrender releases on September 30 for PCVR and Oculus Quest.

Players will be armed with a variety of weapons, tools and explosives, and hidden areas can be accessed by destroying walls. Enemies have weak points that those with careful aim can take advantage of. Sweet surrender has fast movement aided by ziplines and grab hooks.

Through races, players can find upgrade ships that can improve their abilities. Weapons can be upgraded with EMP effects. Movement speed can be increased and energy can be retrieved from enemies.

Each replay is procedurally generated so there are no inlets Sweet surrender is identical. That Steam page says, “A fresh challenge with each replay, encounters new variations of levels that introduce different threats and opportunities. Find secrets hidden away, reveal notes from the past. Meet monstrous enemies that were not there the last time you visited. ”

Players can transfer progression from one race to the next. As players reach new milestones, the new start-ups unlock to change their playing style. Cosmetics can also be unlocked for weapons and equipment. “Experience new weapon effects, and combine upgrades to become an increasingly ruthless junk fighter.”

Yet another new VR game has also been announced, which Ultrawings 2 coming to VR systems next February. Ultrawings 2 is an open-world air adventure made for VR, where players can use motion controls or peripherals in the game, e.g. a gamepad or hands-on throttle and stick setup to steer around a VR world. Players earn money in the game by completing missions, which can then be used to purchase planes and islands.

Elsewhere, Fall Guys has achieved a Guinness World Record as the most downloaded PS Plus game ever.

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