Improvement studios Oddboy and M-Theory launch their first game that players owning a PlayStation VR set will want to take a look at: Wanderer.
Worked starting from the earliest stage for VR, Wanderer is a riddle based adventure game that the engineers aim to establish and further the next-generation of games of this kind. Oddboy and M-Theory use "realistic and innovative physical science based interactions" to bring their game's riddles and conditions to life.
Wanderer sets the players in the shoes of a character named Asher Neumann, a time traveler tasked with liability of rewriting the past. Set in the year 2061, Earth lies in ruins, and nature is devouring all of what's left of humanity's influence on the world. Players will see themselves traveling back in time to investigate ages, for example, the moon landing, the hallucinogenic 60s, and even Tikal in 1525. Players will not just travel through the past, they will also travel into the dystopian future to address riddles and crack codes. According to the engineers, Wanderer combines aspects found in escape room riddles and action successions to convey an encounter that sees players bring items and occasions from the past together in extraordinary and startling ways.
In this PSVR venture, players will get to meet and interact for certain history's notable symbols like Nikola Tesla. They will also find themselves working with a Mayan minister to fight off an invasion, performing at a show in Bethel, New York before massive swarms of people, and in any event, decoding messages in a war. Nonetheless, while Asher will establish entrusted alliances with those he meets, he will also have adversaries that are looking to prevent him from altering history and saving human civilization.
Wanderer is a PlayStation selective that can be played on either the PS4 or PS5 with a standard PlayStation VR headset, yet it may not be playable on the upcoming PSVR2. Sony has yet to remark on the backwards compatibility of the PSVR2, so whether players can potentially play Wanderer on it is up in the air. Considering that the shortage of PS5 reassures also continues, players looking to purchase this title will want to purchase the PS4 adaptation notwithstanding the limitations that the aging hardware will inevitably cause.
While Wanderer probably won't be backward compatible on the PSVR2, its exceptionally detailed worlds and technical riddles make Wanderer an ambitious title for the individuals who love solving puzzles. Indeed, even players who despise puzzle-solving will want to watch out for this game because of its stunning visuals and sharp brain-teasers. Wanderer will also get updates, so players can potentially anticipate new substance later on.