Yeah, it’s really tiresome that these great looking VR games are Quest exclusive. I got no problem with the Quest, seems like a great device, but it’s hard to not be a bit annoyed that my headset sits idle more than it should because of a lack of new quality contentI'm fine with it being a VR game but good god not another Facebook exclusive. The fucking Quest needed a competitor years ago and the need is even greater now.
Fuck the Quest.
Does it matter? The point for the company is selling the game.I mean it’s still money that could have gone into 2. This is just a waste of cash. Be honest will you really play this more then an afternoon or two?
Yes I will. The last city builder game I played was Sim City on SNES. The sequels didn't grab me because they looked too complicated and this looks more accessible and intuitive, so after so long this has me pretty excited.I mean it’s still money that could have gone into 2. This is just a waste of cash. Be honest will you really play this more then an afternoon or two?
Be the mayor in Cities: VR, the ultimate VR city-building and management simulator. Design neighborhoods, construct buildings, direct the flow of traffic - all while you handle economics, emergency services, and more. Step inside this VR adaptation of the leading city-builder, Cities: Skylines.
Cities: VR is coming April 28 to Quest 2.
BUILD AND MANAGE YOUR IDEAL CITY
Control every aspect of city planning, from construction to utility planning, and provide healthcare, education, and more to your population.
AN IMMERSIVE & SCENIC SIMULATOR
Cities: VR allows for an unparalleled level of presence, immersion and hands-on gameplay. See your skyline rise from an expansive bird's eye view, or watch your city come alive from the streets.
THE DEFINITIVE CITY-BUILDING VR GAME
Cities: VR is both a great entry-point to the franchise and a compelling new experience for Cities: Skylines veterans. Precise and tactile feedback and a palette of tools at your fingertips makes for an easy-to-use control system.
Cities: VR reviewed on Meta Quest 2 by Henry Stockdale.
Cities: VR does a fine job adapting the management of Cities: Skylines for virtual reality, but the deep compromises made in both graphics and mechanics mean that Fast Travel's adaptation has room for improvement. That said, what we've got is a competent city-builder, one that's approachable for new players and makes great use of the Quest 2's motion controls. The main reward of Cities: VR comes down to how invested you are in seeing your metropolis thrive up close and personal. There's no endgame beyond that, so how much you get out of it will vary. Still, considering I kept playing until the Quest's battery depleted, it won my approval.
Cities: VR's Metro & Traffic Routing update brings metro stations, tools for traffic routing, a new street-level camera view, left-handed support, and more to the city-building and management simulation game. Check out the latest trailer to see what to expect with this free content update, available now.
Cities: VR is available now on the Meta Quest store.
because hardware is mobile basically.
wait for PSVR2 or next-gen AIO. it's not that far.