When the rise of online video gaming took over the gaming landscape, there was a lot of talk about whether or not the industry would continue to flourish.
Now, a new game called Game of Thrones is on the verge of launching, which is set to go into beta on Friday, May 3, and will be a virtual reality title based on HBO’s popular television series Game of the Thrones.
The game, called Battle for the Seven Kingdoms, is designed to be “an immersive, high-end VR experience,” according to a statement from developer Dontnod Entertainment.
It will run on the Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR headsets, and features “over 90 fully-voiced characters with dozens of voice-over options,” according the studio.
The game will also have a “huge library of epic battle sequences” that can be “played out with multiple characters,” the statement said.
Game of Thrones is currently available on both Steam and Oculus Rift.
It has sold over 8 million copies, and has been viewed more than 30 million times.
According to Dontonod, the game has been downloaded more than 200 million times worldwide.
For the past six years, Dontnamod has been making a VR game called VR Battle Royale, which it released in 2014.
The title was designed to run on PCs, but is now available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Oculus Touch.
It was released in 2016 for PlayStation VR, which has sold more than 7 million units.
The first VR Battle for The Seven Kingdoms game, which will launch on Friday May 3rd, will be available for pre-order from Amazon.com.