After giving us the excellent Marvel’s Iron Man VR (read our test), camouflage would leave this time towards the universe DC while working on a title featuring the Black Knight of Gotham, Batman. This revelation, shared on Twitter by Janko Roettgers, comes from court documents from the FTC.
These are the in the “Proposed Finings of Fact”, a section detailing the acquisitions of Meta in recent years, that figure on what works the studio, which was bought by the firm of Mark Zuckerberg.
Here is a translation:
Oops: the FTC accidentally spilled the beans about Camouflaj, a game studio Meta acquired in September, which is currently developing a Batman VR game for Quest.
Rumors indicated that camouflage was working on a new project AAAhere we are a priori fixed. For those who don’t know, the Black Knight is already present in virtual reality, and although in PC VRyou’ll get what you pay for since Batman Arkham VR is only €4.99 on Steam and half off on major key resellers.
Let’s hope all the same that the future title of camouflage be much richer in terms of gameplay than its predecessor (which was more of a technical demo), but knowing the studio, we have every reason to believe it.
If the Meta Quest 2 catches your eye, know that you can afford it at the Fnac, Darty or Amazon for €449.99, and that Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4 VR are currently offered upon purchase.