Dragon Front will be the first game for the Oculus Rift VR headset, after High Voltage came out with its latest product for Facebook’s famous gadget. This is an immersive gaming activity with turn-based collectible cards known as Dragon Front.
The game is performed in a similar way like Magic: Gathering, meaning that gamers can choose from personalized 30-card packages, place them based on a consistent playing strategy (in this situation in a 4×4 grid) and try to reduce the HP of their opposite gamers, along with their forces, in order to win.
Gamers can select from a single gamer mode (vs AI) and multi-player match-ups. Like other similar card games, such various resources all work on Mana to function. However, thanks to the additional abilities of VR, this game’s virtual fights are nearer to Dejarik matches than the simple cards activities.
Gamers can select from four warring groups, each having their own comparative pros and cons. Along with their fighting and protecting characters, this game provides a series of buffing or debuffing spells and summoning where even strong “Heroes” could be called to ruin the opposition’s territory.
In addition to it, players can actively personalize their card decks from more than 200 available features to adjust to recommended fight style and to reverse an adversary’s techniques. The game is currently planned for launch during the second quarter of 2015.
Furthermore, a set of three extra add-on packages are already being integrated in the whole shebang. Some fans had the possibility to play on the try out edition these weeks and, though they got instantly defeated in their first real games, they found the game to be amazingly interesting.
It really takes some of its inspiration from Magic: Gathering, but it also features a simpler damage/defense measurement, more similar to RISK. That is a beneficial function, since many things are happening all the time throughout the entire gaming activity.
Overall, they consider Dragon Front to be very pleasing for any type of player and, despite the preliminary drubbing, gamers are getting ready to play it after its release. The top prospective of VR games is the reason why Oculus made the decision to launch High Voltage’s game as its first-party headline, said the company’s representatives in a meeting with tech media and fans.
What is exclusive about Dragon Front is its development especially for VR during the last year. It is said to be offered for tryouts to a restricted group of testers, after Oculus Rift is released on at the end of next month.
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