System: Oculus Quest
Price at Time Of Review: £10.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Size: 899.4 MB
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: FREEDIVER: Triton Down plunges you into a capsizing research ship, the Triton, where survival means outmanoeuvring the water’s lethal surge. As world-class diver Ren Tanaka, you must freedive through a sinking ship, overcome underwater chaos, and unlock your path to the surface, all while protecting your most precious resource: the breath in your lungs. Reworked for Oculus® Quest, the FREEDIVER: Triton Down Extended Cut now boasts a deeper story, expanded gameplay areas, and all-new ways to explore them.
Review: What I enjoyed most about playing FREEDIVER: Triton Down is that it doesn’t hold you back in any way. When it says it is a free-diving game, it really does allow you to dive the way you want. Want to swim along to the next room or part of a cavern? Go for it, but you can also craw your way there. But no matter what way you go from the moment you start to play this game you realise time is not your friend and this makes the game nerve-racking as anything. It looks great, feels amazing to play and has more than enough content to justify its asking price of £10.99. I just wish there was a load of DLC to buy as I realy did get into this game from start to finish.