‘Rec Room’ to Get New Pirate-themed Quest ‘Isle of Skulls’ Starting March 1st

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    Rec Room (2016), the social VR app from Against Gravity, is getting a new quest soon that promises to shiver ye timbers.

    Rec Room is one of the leading social apps out there. While it offers plenty of games for VR users to play such as disc golf, paintball, and laser tag, the charmingly-styled Rec Room is probably best known for their multiplayer quests, a minigame that allows up to four players to fight their way through enemy-filled levels – usually a comically re-dressed, sprawling gymnasium where these’s plenty of atmosphere, loot to collect and an end-stage boss to battle.

    Even through it’s all free and only a single level a piece, the production quality is above many paid games, giving users more of a reason to come back and populate the servers.

    Now, the company released a teaser for its next big quest, a pirate-themed affair called Isle of Lost Skulls, which is due out March 1st, 2018.

    Isle of the Lost Skulls will be Rec Room’s fourth quest, coming after Quest for the Golden Trophy, The Rise of Jumbotron, and The Curse of the Crimson Cauldron.

    Rec Room is available for free on PSVR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

    View the original article: https://www.roadtovr.com/rec-room-get-new-quest-isle-skulls-starting-march-1st/

    Check it out on PSN, Steam and Oculus Home.

    The post ‘Rec Room’ to Get New Pirate-themed Quest ‘Isle of Skulls’ Starting March 1st appeared first on Road to VR.

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