Rennes, France headquartered video game developer giant Ubisoft Entertainment after fascinating the VR fans with its two games release, i.e. Eagle Flight and Werewolves Within, for high end VR platforms, are now set to come up with its next title Hungry Shark turning to mobile VR for Daydream platform.
You must have seen in movies, characters facing a shark while being helpless at sea then swimming as fast as one can only to be eaten by it. Hungry Shark is the newest VR Game from Ubisoft to might threaten you or amaze you to experience it all in a more immersive way than any movie scene. The Hungry Shark VR game is now available on Google’s Daydream platform for $4.99 on the Google Play Store and offers additional in-app purchases.
At the beginning, you have to get on as a bull shark but there are other options too of choosing between different species including the great white shark as the game progresses. You will have to face enemies along the way including stinging jellyfish and nasty human divers to rescue your shark friends, while you play you take on the role of a shark in a large underwater environment surrounded by caves and shipwrecks, dark water, plenty of fish and much more. You have to traverse your path through sea, getting involved in different objectives presented including eating as much as you can, taking part in races, rescuing other sharks in danger exploring ship wrecks and hunting for food. Those of you interested can already try out Hungry Shark VR. It just requires a Daydream headset to experience it.
The game takes place in a 360-degree huge underwater environment where you’re free to move, explore, and hunt using the Daydream controller. The game launches just a few weeks ahead of the release of Ubisoft’s biggest VR title, Star Trek: Bridge Crew following on Ubisoft’s other VR release last month in April, Virtual Rabbids. Hungry Shark VR is the second game Ubisoft has released for the Daydream platform in the last month or so, and the several other new Daydream games is expected to be release in the past few weeks, including Along Together and Lola and the Giant. Will soon update you as more come on it, so just stay tuned with VR news and channel for more excitement yet to relish.
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