505 Games has released a new gameplay trailer for Three Zero One’s upcoming virtual reality space game Adr1ft, which launches for PC in March.
Featuring soft music and some mesmerising outer space environments, the two-minute trailer informs us of some of the media praise that has been heaped on Adam Orth’s game from a number of publications. The game has built using Unreal Engine 4 and launches for Oculus Rift and as a non-VR title on Steam in March ahead of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One released later in 2016. Three Zero One says the game will launch on those systems “shortly after” the PC version.
Given the $600 cost of the Rift headset and the expensive specs required to run it, most players will likely Adr1ft on Steam or home console which is a shame by the looks of it.
Adr1ft takes place on a destroyed space station and puts you in the magnetized boots of an astronaut who must navigate the station with a limited oxygen supply in the hopes of discovering a way to survive. In other words, you’re Sandra Bullock in Gravity and hopefully not George Clooney. It appears to fit with the likes of games such as Firewatch and Gone Home though given the environment, walking simulator probably isn’t the best expression.
Adr1ft will be available on March 28th on PC and you can check out some gameplay released back in October here. The game was originally announced during The Game Awards 2015 and was due for release in summer 2015.