Spooky space exploration, running-out-of-air simulator ADR1FT is one of the more interesting Oculus Rift launch titles. In it you play an astronaut exploring a very-destroyed space station, picking up hints as to what happened, trying to keep breathing and generally having a nose about. You know, only in space, thousands of miles above the Earth. It looks like a very particular definition of fun and now it has a release date.
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Creator Adam Orth revealed on Twitter that it would be launching (like a rocket, into space, get it?) on March 28th:
It's certainly one of the few games I'd like to take a shot at in VR that I'm also interested in playing in general. Between it and Fullbright's Tacoma, there should be plenty of intriguing space-mysteries to wander around this year. ADR1FT is a little more on the sinister side, as you'll see in the below trailer from late last year.
If you're getting a Rift (is anyone?), will this be your first play?