Diego Martin, the cofounder of Sumalab and developer of Crisis VRigade, has released a new cinematic trailer for the sequel to the indie hit on his Twitter account. It shows a major step up in visuals that matches the short gameplay snippet we saw earlier this year. The original tough-as-nails shooter sported cartoony visuals and simple but addictive gameplay. In both games, you play as a member of a police swat force and is honestly as close to a real shootout as I want to get.
The original is available now on PC VR and PSVR for the ridiculously low price of less than ten dollars. Quest owners can snag a copy for free via sidequest. At last check, Crisis VRigade is one of the top two downloaded games from the popular Quest side loading website, and for good reason, it looks and plays great wirelessly.
It’s not clear if Crisis VRigade will release on the official Oculus Quest storefront, but we do know that it will be available for PC headsets and the PSVR including PlayStation Aim controller support. Developer Diego Martin said on Twitter that he hopes to “make a more specific announcement next week”. Hopefully, that means a release date and hopefully, it’s very soon.