The Last City on Track to Launch in Two Weeks – VRFocus

Virtual reality (VR) platforms have some great titles that you can spend hours on, experiences such as A Township Tale and OrbusVR two of the most famous. The next to join this group will be Zenith: The last city, a VR MMORPG by Ramen VR scheduled to launch in late January.

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Zenith: The last city is conceived by Lauren Frazier and Andy Tsen, the co-founders of Ramen VR. Work on the project began back in 2019, and it garnered massive interest from VR players thanks to the project’s scope and its beautiful aesthetics. Since the first Kickstarter campaign, the studio has grown to increase production, aided by a $ 10 million Series A investment round.

The title promises to be an action-packed experience set in Zenith’s vast world. In this fantasy realm you will be able to take on quests with countless other players and fight against monsters with physical and magical attacks. As a community-driven video game, Zenith: The last city will encourage players to enter into alliances and join guilds before embarking on raids and epic world events.

With such a large area to explore, there will of course be a number of unique places to discover. From the titular city of Zenith to the Fractured Plains, home to rural towns or the Emerald Desert filled with ruins, Ramen VR has created a total of five biomes.

Zenith

This would not be a VR video game without some physicality in the cases and Zenith: The last city should not disappoint on that front. Whether you block and parry your opponents’ attacks with a pair of swords or gain a better insight into the surroundings by climbing a cliff face, you have the freedom to do so. The developers have ensured that each surface can be scaled, and once you are at the top, you can slide to your next destination.

Currently, Ramen VR has stenciled January 27 as the launch date for Zenith: The last city across Meta Quest, PlayStation VR and PC VR platforms for $ 29.99 USD, but with the proviso that it may change depending on the final approval from the relative VR stores. Watch the new trailer below and keep reading for further updates VRFocus.

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