War Remains is a digital actuality expertise that takes audiences again to World War I’s horrific Battle of Passchendaele in 1917. The VR expertise comes from MWM Interactive and podcaster Dan Carlin in addition to developer Flight School Studio.
MWM Interactive introduced that War Remains, an immersive expertise offered by Dan Carlin of the Hardcore History podcast, will launch on house VR platforms May 21. The battle, fought within the muddy fields of Belgium close to the village of Passchendaele, noticed casualties on the British and German sides in extra of 560,000 troopers.
You can add War Remains to your wishlist on the Oculus Store, Steam, and Viveport. The VR app will price $5.
War Remains premiered as an set up on the Tribeca Film Festival in 2019 and later opened for a restricted run in Austin, Texas. It went on to win the “Out-of-home VR Entertainment of the Year” honor on the VR Awards.
In War Remains, Carlin takes audiences into the trenches to see a simulation of one of many bloodiest battles of any conflict. The short-form VR expertise options new audio and visuals so individuals can expertise it from their properties world wide.
War Remains was produced by MWMi, directed by Brandon Oldenburg, and developed by Flight School Studio, with audio design from Skywalker Sound.