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Take out space pirates in 'Gunjack' on Oculus Rift and Vive

The space shooter that launched on Samsung Gear VR makes its way to new platforms.
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Gunjack places you in the gunner seat of a spaceship in the EVE universe, battling interstellar crafts as they attempt to infiltrate the mining vessel under your protection -- all in glorious virtual reality. It launched in November alongside the Samsung Gear VR headset, and now it's heading to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive for $10. Gunjack hits PCs for the Rift when the headset begins shipping on March 28th and it'll come to Vive later in 2016.

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Gunjack comes from EVE studio CCP Games and it offers a taste of what to expect in EVE: Valkyrie, the developer's multiplayer dogfighting shooter headed to Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR. Since launching on Gear VR, Gunjack has been the top-selling game on the platform, CCP says. The PC version will include higher-resolution graphics and improved audio, textures, effects, plus leaderboards and achievements.

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