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Ready Player One: OASIS beta

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Enjoy Ready Player One: OASIS beta on Vive and Vive Pro! (Click here to see more!) The OASIS beta is inspired by the immersive virtual universe the OASIS from the film Ready Player One, which is set in the year 2045. In the Oasis beta’s ever-expanding universe, players are able to explore, compete in, and launch multiple VR experiences using their own custom avatars. Global leaderboards track the performance of all players as they earn points (coins) throughout the following experiences: Rise of the Gunters, Battle for the OASIS, Gauntlet and Smash. Gauntlet - Navigate through a seemingly endless dungeon while the undead seek to destroy you. Collecting gold will improve your score and eating food will restore your health, but only your bow skills will ensure that you make it our alive. (Developed by Directive Games) Battle for the OASIS - Help to save the OASIS by defeating waves of IOI Sixers. Advance through the trenches of Planet Doom towards the snowy planes that surround Anorak’s Castle. With an arsenal of potent firepower, you must stop the Sixers from controlling the fate of the OASIS. (Developed by Steel Wool Studios) Rise of the Gunters - Fight against a nearly invincible army of highly trained IOI Sixers alone OR with up to two of your friends! Proceed with caution as you defeat Sixers, collect their coins, find power ups and survive a merciless onslaught of hyper-explosive kinetic action for as long as you can survive. The OASIS is yours. Take it back from IOI by yourself or with up to two fellow Gunters! (Developed by Drifter Entertainment Inc.) Smash - Enhance your hand and eye coordination in this nod to James Halliday’s favorite 80's arcade games. Fracture - Heighten your spatial awareness and reflexes in this throwback to 80's brick smasher games re-imagined in VR. Explore the OASIS today and find something bigger than yourself.
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Release date
Apr 16, 2018
Developer
Directive Games Limited
Publisher
Vive Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Win 10
  • Processor: i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia 1060
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
Recommended:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Win 10
  • Processor: i7
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia 1070
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
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Ready Player One: OASIS beta reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Controls are really bad! Why is there only this nasty Teleport to get around? A normal Movement with the Occulus Stick would be much better! Then there are far too few Customization Options for the Avartar. The Guns are bad, Too. And where is the open World? The first impression is really lean, had expected more of the Game, even for nen freegame ...
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Nice little Collection of four Games. Underneath, a Squash Variant that's quite ok. A pretty bad Wave shooter. A Dungeon Crawler In which you can play seemingly nurt with a Bow. And a Co-op Shooter for 3 Players who would be quite entertaining If they were not the loud screaming Kiddies. Control takes some getting used to with the Oculus but works. Am also a Fan of Ready Player One but that's not something you need to have now. Nevertheless Thumbs high weils is free.
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This Collection of Mini-games isn't worth it so far, even if you're a Ready Player One Fan. This Game bears little Resemblance to the virtual World of Oasis described in the Book and depicted in the Film. In the Lobby, a beautiful Apartment with No interaction Options, there is not much to do except open an interactive virtual Menu and choose one of the four previous Mini-games. Each Game has the Character of a Demo rather than after a finished Game. There's a bad Waveshooter, a Shooter with free Movement and a Sports Game a Kind of pong squash as well as a Dungeon that has to be roamed with a Bow. All Games use Teleport as The only way To Get around, except for one Shooter. There are no MP games at the moment, but there is a Coop option in the Shooter game. I thought the Sports Game was quite nice. Who knows what else is to come. For nothing O.K. but no Duty. More Reviews: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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Already spent a few Hours outside Steam in this Game. In front of the Local of the Gauntlet Planet, I enjoy a lot. Definitely a Recommendation. If the Developers keep putting on new Parts here, it will certainly not get boring any time soon. ----------------------------A short Addendum for the eternal Nörgler. I can understand your Arguments well. But this is a BETA of a title that Has been free so far. With a BETA, I expect that it is far from complete. That Things are missing and that it is constantly being changed. I agree with you that the 4 Games that are currently in it, some of which smell like tech demos. I believe, however, that the Overall Concept Can be quite interesting. Still, the Gauntlet Part Remains a very Kurzwei-like game with, for me, some replay potential. I'm definitely looking forward to more Ingredients. Because the Range of Games n VR is still in a Phase where a lot is being tried. We will see which Concepts are survivable in a long term.
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