Posted Mon Nov 21, 2016 at 11:43 AM PST by Tyler Treese
Check out the new trailer to see it in action.
Developer nDreams announced today that their VR adventure game 'The Assembly' (check out Brian's review) will be receiving a free update that adds motion controller support. The HTC Vive version of the game will be get support first, as the patch will go live tomorrow, November 22nd. While no exact date is set for when PlayStation Move and Oculus Touch support will be added, it's expected to arrive "before the end of December."
In order to show how motion support will change how 'The Assembly' plays, the developer released a new trailer which can be seen below. Since players can now interact with objects more easily, nDreams feels that the game is a much better room-scale experience now.
'The Assembly' is available now on HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.
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