Ready at Dawn, the developers behind PlayStation exclusives like The Order: 1886 and the God of War PSP games has announced that their game Echo Arena will be coming to […]
Ready at Dawn, the developers behind PlayStation exclusives like The Order: 1886 and the God of War PSP games has announced that their game Echo Arena will be coming to Oculus Quest. Unfortunately, this game will not be coming outside of Oculus platforms.
In Echo Arena you’ll join a team of up to two other players and face off against the competition in a zero-g clash of robotic glory as you glide, boost, and punch your way to scoring goals in a breathtaking virtual arena. As a team sport, Echo Arena rewards players that work well together; with the incredible social expression powered by Oculus Touch, you’ll be able signal for a pass with a shout and a wave just as you naturally would, while throwing and catching the disc becomes a valuable skill to master. Even better though, Echo Arena is also full-contact sport: make a fist and use a swift punch to an opponent’s head to stun them, or grab onto another player’s back and catch a ride down-field. And of course, after you score a goal you can flaunt it with your own victory dance.Ready at Dawn’s description of Echo Arena
Lone Echo II, the sequel to Lone Echo (which spawned this series) will be launching exclusively on Oculus Rift, so Quest gamers can’t experince the game. That might be due to the sheer complexity of the game compared to most Quest titles.