Only in early access so far
Greek independent developer Ares Dragonis early last year released The Shore, an adventure horror game about the mystery of the unknown on a forbidden island with horror elements. The entire story is based on the mythology that pervades Lovecraft’s creations and beyond. Players will see the story through the eyes of a stranger and experience the world through thrilling atmospheric gameplay as they attempt to confront Lovecraft’s most nightmarish entities.
Although it did not become popular, but thanks to the positive reviews on Steam, the studio today released a VR version of the game, so fans can better experience the in-game atmosphere of the mysterious island and “personally” get to know its unusual inhabitants.
Unlike the original, The Shore VR was released in early access, but it can already offer players additional content along with a new story. Currently, the game only supports the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Valve Index; other virtual reality helmets may not work correctly, but the developers promise to fix that in the near future.
Full release of The Shore VR will be in 2-3 months. During this time, the Ares Dragonis team plans not only to increase support for more VR helmets, but also to add additional events, game mechanics, stories of new characters and areas.