Under development for two years, the space adventure game ADR1FT offers subjective view in a video of more than nine minutes of gameplay to immerse us in the immersive universe that operates incidentally virtual reality. The development of ADR1FT began in 2013 in the studio Three One Zero and looks pretty promising. Indeed, this adventure game in first person plunges us into the body of an astronaut Alex Oshima, only survivor of a space station in 2037.
The title offers an open environment and without severity. It will therefore be necessary to float and explore space, paying attention to the remaining oxygen supply.
A video of gameplay unprecedented for nearly ten minutes has been freshly brought online, to get an idea of the experience offered by the title, along with some gameplay mechanics. Graphically, the title uses the Unreal Engine 4 of Epic Games.
Recall that ADR1FT is in development on PC (Windows), PS4 and Xbox One. Compatibility with the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift is also planned. The game’s release is scheduled for the first quarter of 2016, with no further details at this time.