Megaton Rainfall (2017) for SteamVR headsets isn’t here yet, and according to Pentadimensional Games, it won’t be until sometime in 2018.
The superhero game that lets you become an indestructible, interdimensional superbeing launched on PSVR with the understanding that it would be a timed exclusive. Upon seeing a recent update to the Steam page, which appended a new launch date of November 17th, it was thought that PSVR exclusivity was coming to a quick end. Unfortunately for owners with SteamVR-compatible headsets, VR support isn’t a part of the November 17th launch date and won’t arrive until later in 2018.
Main developer Alfonso del Cerro confirmed it with Road to VR earlier today.
No, we've got a temporal VR-exclusivity deal with Sony. More platforms coming next year.
— Alfonso del Cerro (@alfonsodelcerro) November 7, 2017
As the result of 5 years of hard work by del Cerro, Megaton Rainfall does a lot for such a modest title. Currently sitting at a strong [4.5/5] on PSN, it’s poised to offer a quick but memorable experience that lets you zip around the world, destroying targets that should (and shouldn’t) be obliterated.
Check out the trailer here:
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