Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- for PC now available via in Japan

Steam and PlayStation VR releases to follow this winter.

Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR-

Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- is now available for PC via in Japan, publisher Gugenka announced. It supports both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

The PC version is available in two bundles, each costing 2,160 yen:

  • Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- with Rem – Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping Bundle (DLsite page)
  • Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- with Emilia – Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping Bundle (DLsite page)

A Steam release will follow alongside the PlayStation VR version in Japan this winter in the same two bundles. A specific release date has yet to be announced.

Gugenka also outlined the differences between the original smartphone release and the new PC and PlayStation VR releases:

  • The Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping editions of each game (Rem and Emilia), which were separate releases in the smartphone version, can now be played as a single integrated release. Additionally, considering the sit-and-play nature of the PlayStation VR version, character placement varies slightly.
  • There is support for position tracking, which detects the positioning of the user’s head, allowing the user to more intuitively approach and move away from the character.
  • With a higher detail and wider perspective image, you can enjoy a greater sense of immersion.

Read more of our Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- coverage here.

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