Now that the highly-anticipated Desires is out on retailer cabinets, Media Molecule’s Alex Evans has reassured followers that PlayStation VR assist isn’t too far behind. Though he was unable to present a selected launch date, Evans advised Eurogamer that VR content material is “truly almost executed” and is the “most cooked” post-launch content material presently within the pipeline.
When requested what gamers can count on from Desires going ahead, Evans mentioned:
VR is within the pipeline and is definitely almost executed, to be trustworthy. I’d like to get multiplayer in there however we haven’t acquired a date for that as that’s not almost executed, however that’s one which I actually care about as I designed the code for multiplayer from the start so I’m assured it’ll come out, I simply can’t say when. And we’re a recreation studio, we’re not instruments studio so that they’re going to need to get our tooth into some meaty content material. So I feel that we have been going to make extra video games in Desires for certain – 100% assured.
Evans added that Desires will get free “juicy” updates however he isn’t fairly certain how Media Molecule plans to package deal them but.
“I don’t understand how we’re going to package deal it however what we’re going to do is we’re going to work in parallel on just a few issues,” Evans continued. “After which we’ll launch them as and once we can. I think about we may have paid content material – possibly if we acquired Kojima’s Desires, , for those who’re studying this Kojima come on down and we’ll make Kojima’s Desires.”
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