Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- is now available for PC via DLsite.com in Japan, publisher Gugenka announced. It supports both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The PC version is available in two bundles, each costing 2,160 yen:
- Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- with Rem – Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping Bundle (DLsite page)
- Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- with Emilia – Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping Bundle (DLsite page)
A Steam release will follow alongside the PlayStation VR version in Japan this winter in the same two bundles. A specific release date has yet to be announced.
Gugenka also outlined the differences between the original smartphone release and the new PC and PlayStation VR releases:
- The Lap-Sleeping and Co-Sleeping editions of each game (Rem and Emilia), which were separate releases in the smartphone version, can now be played as a single integrated release. Additionally, considering the sit-and-play nature of the PlayStation VR version, character placement varies slightly.
- There is support for position tracking, which detects the positioning of the user’s head, allowing the user to more intuitively approach and move away from the character.
- With a higher detail and wider perspective image, you can enjoy a greater sense of immersion.
Read more of our Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- coverage here.