Into the Radius VR
|20 июля 2020 г.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10
- Graphics: Geforce 1070 6 GB
- DirectX: Version 11
- VR Support: SteamVR or Oculus PC
- Additional Notes: For Rift, Rift S or Vive
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
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- Dozens of hours of slow-paced suspenseful survival.
- An unforgiving dystopian environment of the Pechorsk Anomaly Zone.
- Diverse natural, industrial and urban locations with vast exploration potential.
- Navigate with your realistic map, plan your route, climb over obstacles, scout out shelters, uncover loot caches, and try not to get killed.
- Realistic handling of various classic and modern weapons.
- Day and night cycle: scavenge for loot and scout during the day, sneak around and evade your enemies under cover of night.
- Dangerous anomalies, bleak atmosphere, and urban exploration.
- Regular updates and incredible community.
Explore miles and miles of forests, swamps, and crumbling industrial ruins. But be careful: the Radius is filled with deadly anomalies dealing damage to anyone foolish or daring enough to get close.
The place is swarming with hostile creatures — Fragments, Mimics, and more are roaming around 24/7 and will take every chance to let you know you are not welcome.
Into the Radius features a stunning variety of classic and modern firearms like the AKM Kalashnikov, PM Pistolet Makarova, SKS Carbine, M9 Beretta, PPSh, FN SCAR, and many more with matching ammo. Realistic interaction, manual magazine loading with different ammo types, and weapon attachments.
Take care of your weapons — if they take damage or their condition deteriorates, they will begin to jam. Be sure to switch off the safety before you start firing! Realistic bullet physics causes ricochets, and bullets can penetrate different materials.
Your only means of survival is to sneak around with your detector, hunt for artifacts, and complete the missions assigned via the vintage UNPSC desktop at the base. Your trusty friends in the Radius Zone are stealth, silence, and planning.
Understand how to navigate the terrain, move slowly, take cover, crouch, sneak, and beware of the threats around you!
Reviews about the game
Have you ever wanted to depressingly sit atop a destroyed building while smoking a cig and then get the living shit scared out of you after taking heavy automatic gunfire from 3 different locations? well then this is the game for you I highly recommend it however I also recommend buying 10 extra pairs of boxers
Stalker freeplay but in VR. Literally like the only fleshed out singleplayer VR game that isn't on rails/linear. Its so good dude u have no idea. It bends u over and has its way with you and ur gonna love it.
Immersion is what this game does best. You go on your first mission, you walk around the zone looking for a missing watch, you find some stuff to loot, stuff it in your backpack, maybe you encounter a few sparse enemies and shoot at them with all that ammo you have. Great fun so far, not very challenging though. Maybe you don't understand the appeal? Maybe this is just some bare-bones VR stalker-like that people are elevating due to the lack of good VR titles? Maybe you're just really good at this game? Either way, you grab the objective, stuff it in your now very full backpack and head home. You deposit your first objective item, get your reward, a sawed off shotgun. Not like you need it, you did just fine with your starter handgun last time. You get the itch to go out again, you don't pack much to save space for all the loot you're gonna find, and with how easy it was last time this won't be a problem. You head off again into the radius. Same place, different objective, further away this time. You dip between the anomalies dotted around without any issues, seeing a run down shack a off-course from your objective you feel like now is the time for a bit of looting. A shadowy monster is making its way toward you so you decide quickly, run over and stab it to save a bullet. You draw your knife and walk over, these things aren't much of a threat. Then a gunshot rings out, you lose a bit of health, you spin around to see where it was coming from. The top of that run-down shack. Suddenly in your distraction the monster you thought was not a threat hits you, you lash out with your knife only to drop it. No time to pick it up, you're being shot at. The only cover is that abandoned shack so you sprint toward it, firing at the mysterious gunman as you go, before the pistol goes 'click click click'. You make it into the shack, reload your gun, wishing now you'd brought more than two mags. You rummage through the room to find some supplies, but you just find a handful of sunflower seeds and a pack of smokes. The gunman on the roof is taunting you, yelling things in disjointed, unsettling voices. "Wheeere aaaare yooooou" It mocks. The commotion has attracted attention, shadowy figures are converging on the shack. You think about running for it, only to realise its night now, you can't see a thing, you reach for your flashlight only to realise in your hurry to leave your home-base you left it it there. So now you have two options. Run in the dark, crater-pocked and monster-ridden track back home blindly following your map, or try to hold out until daybreak. You remember the shotgun holstered on your back. six shots. Better make them all count. You make sure you have your knives in easy to reach places, you load your last mag in your pistol, counting all the shots you have, maybe saving one for yourself. You remember the pack of cigarettes. You put one to your lips, light it up, level your shotgun at the door and wait. You don't plan to die tonight, but you also didn't plan for this game to be so damn good. Buy it.
I've called many games the "best game I've ever played" but this is truly the best video game I've ever played in my life. the sense of immersion and fear you get is truly astonishing. the only gripes i have with the game is that it's not physics based so some objects feel weightless and your hands have no collision also breaking immersion. however the enemies are extremely well designed, the map is huge, the guns are well modeled, the graphics are reasonably good for a mid PC like mine to run well without it looking like an actual potato (yes that is a compliment) and the amount of playtime you get is unreal compared to any other VR game.
Into The Radius is a perfect combination of reality and fiction, with the abstract enemies, but with no clear definition of what or why they are, as nobody in the radius actually knows, allowing you to kind of make your own story. If you don't want to you don't even have to follow the story, the game has progression, so you can unlock weapons, but with mods like scavenger, you don't even have to ever go back to base. This is without a doubt the scariest game I've ever played, as you never truly feel comfortable no matter what you've done, or how prepared you are. And there's a second game in production, absolutely recommend, hope this helped take you off the fence about buying.
I was alone in a vast open field, reloading bullets into a mag when I heard quick footsteps running at me from behind. I turned around and this big black humanoid thing was right behind me and screamed at me. I immediately grabbed my pistol and shot it in the face, I looked around and took in the silence around me and that's when I realized that I was IMMERSED. 10/10