For those bashing EA..... Any old-schooler will tell ya, EA is not some great company. Yeah, they've released some great games, but the bottom line is they're the fabled 'corporate giant' out to make money and eliminate competitors. Been that way since the early 80's. Another victim of EA you might have heard of, the Wing Commander series (Privateer as well). If they can't rush out better games than you, they'll buy you out and kill your franchise.
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At Oculus Connect 2, Epic Games revealed Bullet Train, an exciting and brand new VR experience that incorporates Oculus Touch Controls.
It was in Hollywood at Oculus Connect 2 that Epic Games Founder and CEO Tim Sweeney revealed Bullet Train, a new VR experience for the Oculus Rift that throws you right into the middle of the chaotic action, as Epic is traditionally known for doing.
You will play the role of an agent that is in the undergoing an infiltration simulation set inside a modern train station. Use teleportation, time manipulation, and close-quarters combat to silence forces that resist you. Using the Oculus Touch controller for locomotion, you can physically interact with weapons such as guns, grenades, and missiles, even feeling them through haptic feedback. On top of that, during bullet time you can grab bullets and missiles out of the air and throw them back at your enemies.
On another note, in Tim Sweeney’s blog he has stated that since the day Unreal Engine 4 was made available for free earlier in the year at GDC, a million new developers have jumped on to use Unreal Engine to create some amazing new VR experiences. The future for VR is looking very bright.