Spice & Wolf VR Bringing Wolf Girls and Headpats to PC, PSVR, and Now With Switch Labo VR Support
SpicyTails revealed that the Gemdrop developed casual VR experience Spice & Wolf VR will launch on PC-via Steam with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and OculusGO support on June 3. With the PlayStation 4 and Oculus Quest version scheduled for later this Summer. Furthermore, the developer has now confirmed that the game will be supported on Nintendo’s upcoming Labo VR headset.
The Nintendo Switch version of the game is scheduled to be revealed during this year’s BitSummit held in Kyoto Miyakomeze on June 1 through June 2.
Spice & Wolf VR has been developed with support from the original creators of light novel which has reached over 4 million in sales for the series in total. The players will take on the role of a peddler and experience a mysterious day in the water mill in the woods. However, he’s not alone, a girl named Holo is with you who has a tail and ears of a beast. Players are able to interact and stroke Holo with some functionality being limited in the non-VR PC version, OculusGo, and Switch version.
While the game is meant to be played in VR players on PC, PS4, and Switch can experience the game in non-VR form if they wish.
You can check out some gameplay from Spice & Wolf VR below:
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