Legends of Learning, a 3D virtual reality game that lets players immerse themselves in the story of King Arthur’s Knights of The Fallen Empire, has been announced.
The game, developed by VR studio Tango Gameworks, will launch for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive later this year.
The King’s Journey IV Edition will feature an immersive virtual reality experience that lets the player experience the epic adventures of King Richard III, Queen Elizabeth, and their companions, from the time they met in the Tower of London to the time King Arthur died.
The game will feature full-body motion capture and the ability to walk around in real time, allowing players to play and interact with the characters in the game.
“We’re incredibly excited to be working with Tango,” said Adam Roberts, CEO of Legends of Being.
“They’ve been working with our developers at Tango to bring a world that has never been seen before to VR.”
Roberts said that the game will be playable for a variety of platforms including the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR, which are compatible with Tongo’s headset.
The King of Kings and the Knights of Camelot are currently available in their original forms for Oculus and PlayStation 4.
The final release date is yet to be announced.
The developer says the game is in its early stages, and it is aiming to launch in 2017.
The team behind Legends of Discovery, an upcoming game from VR developer Lighthouse Games, is also working on the project.
“In 2017, we’re targeting a release date of Q1 of next year,” Roberts said.
“We want to make sure we have a very good base and get it out there for as many people as possible.”