Development studio and publisher Ready At Dawn this month released Lone Echo and its multiplayer spinoff Echo Arena on the Oculus Rift & Touch. If you are looking forward playing the new virtual reality game Lone Echo or have already started, it might be worth your while heading over to the Road To VR website for an insight into how the game was created with a behind-the-scenes look as well as plenty of artwork from the development process.
Check out the quick behind-the-scenes videos below to learn more about how the development team went about creating the Lone Echo game mechanics and motion input.
In Lone Echo’s single player story, you’ll be transported to an advanced mining facility within the rings of Saturn, complete with a detailed space station, expansive outer-space environments, and interactive space equipment. Taking on the role of Jack—an advanced artificial intelligence with a state-of-the-art synthetic body—you’ll help Captain Olivia Rhodes solve an increasingly threatening mystery as you use futuristic tools, clever problem solving, and interactive dialogue to engage with the world around you. Taking advantage of the Oculus Touch controllers and full 360° gameplay, Lone Echo lets you take a hands-on approach to exploring space unlike anything you’ve ever played before.