Barbaria, a VR technique motion recreation, receives a brand new roguelike mode.
Developed by Stalwart Video games, Barbaria initially launched final 12 months on Quest and Steam, mixing first-person fight with strategic tower defence gameplay. Alongside a later PSVR 2 port, it is continued receiving regular updates and model 1.5 provides procedurally generated areas known as ‘Caverns of the Unknown.’ Here is the complete description:
Battle by procedurally generated caverns on this new roguelike space to earn forex and compete on the leaderboard. Buffs and bonuses discovered between cavern chambers grant extra well being, additional arrow harm, allies, divine weapons and extra to make each run distinctive. Unlock 4 new beauty statues on your realm alongside the way in which as you enterprise deeper into the Unknown.
Joined by bug fixes and balancing enhancements, Model 1.5 additionally introduces a ‘UTurn’ fragment and three new caps – Tunnel Tower, Stairway and Cavern of Thriller. As for constructions, this replace provides six new ‘Social gathering Crashers’ who present reinforcements on your fragment, they usually solely spawn when there are three or fewer allies remaining.
We loved Barbaria in our overview. Giving it our suggestion, we thought it had “much more to supply than the common physics-based hack-n-slash.”
Barbaria gives a superb mix of first-person fight and strategic tower protection gameplay. It’s a launch that instantly rampages right into a gap within the Quest library that appeared to be ready for a recreation like this. With an honest vary of recreation modes on provide in addition to an interesting and satisfying development system, Barbaria is nicely value including to any VR motion fanatic’s library.
Barbaria is out there on the Meta Quest platform, PC VR and PSVR 2.