‘A Township Tale’ on Quest Now Open for Pre-orders, Includes Early Access & Exclusive Cosmetics – Road to VR

A Township Tale, the MMO-like VR sport obtainable on PC VR headsets since 2018, is making its method to Oculus Quest next month. In anticipation of its July fifteenth launch, developer Alta has opened pre-orders right this moment, which features a few goodies like getting an opportunity to play earlier than launch.

If you pre-order the sport on Oculus Store for Quest beginning right this moment (priced at $10), you’ll find a way to hop into the sport on July thirteenth. In addition to the usual devoted server, you’ll get an unique outfit, toolbelt, and an extra 1,000 Talems (for a complete of two,000 Talems) of its in-game forex.

We name A Township Tale “MMO-like” as a result of it affords a variety of actions, crafting, and alternatives for leveling—all of it playable with up to eight gamers in a persistent world. You can take on duties like increase your city by blacksmithing, mining, and woodcutting, however you’ll even have to battle all types of monsters too. Check out the trailer under to see it in motion:

Road to VR’s Ben Lang went hands-on with the Quest version of A Township Tale, and it proved to supply up an intuitive and interactive crafting system that enables for deep gameplay.

“Exploration is admittedly the secret in A Township Tale, each of the world and mechanically,” Lang says. “Very little is handed to you outright, and gamers will want to work collectively to uncover the way it all works as they go. As you discover, you’ll learn the way to enhance your crafting, be taught new talents, and even improve the city for everybody.”

A Township Tale is free-to-play on PC, the place Talems are offered in bundles for real-world money—the bottom denomination prices $10 for 1,000 Talems. The identical is true for the Quest model of the sport, though that $10 preliminary buy worth comes with 1,000 Talems already.

Cross-play between Quest and PC isn’t supported at launch. The studio says it has plans to help “one-way cross-play” sooner or later, which might permit PC gamers to join to Quest servers.

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