Crytek announces VR game Robinson: The Journey

Become a young boy who crash-landed on a mysterious planet.

Robinson: The Journey

Crytek, developer of the Crysis series and Ryse, has announced Robinson: The Journey, a new virtual reality game where players step into the role of a young boy who has crash-landed on a mysterious planet.

Players will have the freedom to explore their surroundings in 360 degrees of detail, and “become pioneers by interacting with the rich ecosystem around them and unearthing incredible secrets at every turn.”

“Ever since Crytek was founded, we have been striving to build the most realistic, believable worlds we possibly can for players,” Crytek director of production David Bowman said in a press release. “Today’s VR technologies are enabling us to bring together CryEngine’s capabilities and our legacy in creating immersive gaming experiences like never before. The time we’re spending in Robinson: The Journey as we develop it is transforming the way we think about games, and we can’t wait until everyone has the chance to set foot in this universe for themselves.”

Platforms were not announced.

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