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Release Dates for Ubisoft's VR Games Announced

News Bot Aug 18, 2016

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    Ubisoft today announced the release dates for a number of its upcoming virtual reality titles, including Eagle Flight, Werewolves Within, and Star Trek: Bridge Crew.
    Eagle Flight, which was made by Ubisoft Montreal's FunHouse division, will come out on October 18 for Oculus Rift, with a PlayStation VR release to follow on November 8. The HTC Vive version will debut on December 20. This game lets players become an eagle, flying over the skies of Paris after humans have left. There is a single-player mode, as well as multiplayer in the form of the "Capture the Prey" mode.
    Star Trek: Bridge Crew, a licensed game made by Ubisoft's Red Storm Entertainment, will come out on all three major VR platforms on November 29. This game lets you become a member of the Federation onboard a Starfleet ship. You can play as the captain or a member of the crew.
    Ubisoft's third VR game, the medieval-themed Werewolves Within, launches on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR on December 6. Also developed by Red Storm Entertainment, this multiplayer game challenges players to discover who is a werewolf.
    [​IMG]"Uncover the werewolves that have been terrorizing the townsfolk through fast-paced games with five to eight players," reads a line from its description. "No two games are the same--one round you could be a villager, pleading your case for innocence, and the next round you could be a werewolf, lying your way to a win."
    Additionally, arcade racing game TrackMania Turbo will receive a free patch its PlayStation VR version on November 8 that introduces virtual reality support.
    Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are already available, while Sony's PlayStation VR comes out in October. Ubisoft announced the release dates today at Gamescom.


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