Price at Time Of Review: £18.99 Comfort Rating: Red Genre: FPS (Moving) Supported Controllers: Oculus Touch Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting, Roomscale Multi-Player: Yes Age Rating: 15+
Description: Grab your favourite guns, customize them and experience action like you never have before! Rise through the ranks to unlock a wide variety of weapons and attachments (with realistic physics!), climb, jump, crouch, shoot, reload, repeat – be prepared for a mind-blowingly immersive experience! You’ll find yourself in a war-ridden, dystopian United States as a newly enlisted OSA soldier. What does OSA stand for? Outer States of America, the last bastion of hope. The war over water destroyed the world as we know it. You have an important mission: fight your way through the mysterious Tlalokii and find out their secrets.
Review: Zero Caliber VR is a first-person shooter in which you play a military person with the skills to kill and the weapons to do it with. While there are several online modes there is also a strong single-player mode to back it up with. While this is the same game as the original Steam VR version it seems to have had the word “reloaded” added to it for no reason. It looks amazing, feels great to play and has enough content to keep even harden shooter fans happy for weeks. And if all those pro points were not enough ‘Zero Caliber VR’ still has a nice size community of players online to play against, but it really does depend on the time of day you play it. Once upon a time this was a good looking online VR shooter, but since then others have come along that not only look far better but offer so much more. This is still worthy of your time, but not so much all your money, so do try and grab this in a sale if you can.