Stormland is Insomniac’s upcoming triple-A VR open-world game, gets PAX East 2019 trailer

Insomniac Games has released the PAX East 2019 trailer for its upcoming VR open-world game for the Oculus Rift, Stormland. In this new VR game, players must journey through an ever-changing cloudscape to augment themselves and save their friends.

Players will explore an expansive world with complete freedom—bound up cliffs, glide across chasms, and fly through the slipstream with velocity. Players will also detonate explosives, harness electricity, and wield makeshift weapons to overcome titanium sentries and monolithic guardians.

Stormland will support both solo and co-op, and you can find below its key features:

  • Move with velocity. Explore the open world with exhilarating freedom. Fly through the slipstream, kick up a cloud ramp, launch up to a cliff, and glide back down with all-new Touch mechanics.
  • Discover a changing otherworld. The Tempest rearranges the Stormland to reveal new challenges—and new playgrounds of movement, combat, and scavenging. Your Satellite watches from above to guide you to the best upgrades.
  • Join a community of androids. Weather the storm together. Link up to the satellite, join up for Stormland raids, and collaborate on shared missions for the benefit of android gardeners everywhere.
  • Fight with freeform style. Equip makeshift weapons to overcome the Tempest’s army of synthetic troops and mutated creatures. Augment your android abilities to cloak your body, manifest shields, and harness electricity. Find new tech, build yourself up, and discover just how far you can push past the limits of your design.

Enjoy!

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