Eternity Warriors, the mobile game series, is making its way to VR soon with the aptly named Eternity Warriors VR, a first-person co-op hack-and-slash coming to Steam Early Access later this month.
The game was initially released on Viveport as a single-player demo that let you play as either the blade-wielding Warrior or the Hunter, a class outfitted with bow and arrow. Featuring mission-based gameplay, the demon-filled brawler now lets you slash through enemies as one of three different classes; the Warrior, the Hunter, or the Gunner, a class that uses both a pistol and shotgun to take out enemies.
Thanks to SteamVR support, Eternity Warriors VR will be compatible with HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Eternity Warriors VR is also one of the first VR games to have native support for Windows VR headsets, among 67 others.
Inspired by the Devil May Cry and Bayonetta series, the built-for-VR game was created by Vanimals Technology, a Beijing-based game studio working with Eternity Warriors franchise owners Glu Mobile. In Q3 2016, Vanimals received an initial round investment of approximately $1 million from Youget Capital and Green Pine Capital.