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Submitted by Electro_UK 164d ago | news

Oculus Rift Stretch Goal Included in Outcast HD Kickstarter

VRFocus - Developer Fresh3D Inc has launched a new Kickstarter campaign to reboot Outcast, an open world action title that launched on PC in 1999. The project is looking to raise $600,000 USD by 7th May 2014 to fund development, which a stretch goal of $1 million promising to add support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset. If successful, then Outcast will be essentially remade with HD visuals and a general presentation and gameplay overhaul. (Kickstarter, Oculus Rift, Outcast Reboot HD, PC)

BlackIceJoe  +   163d ago
I can't believe it one of the greatest adventure games is getting a remake. I don't care about Oculus Rift but I do care about this game getting remade. Everyone that says they love video games needs to do themselves a favor and Kickstart this remake. I can't tell you enough how great this game is. Just take my word for it. You won't regret it.

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