Megaton Rainfall (2017), the superhero game from Pentadimensional Games that lets you become an indestructible, interdimensional superbeing, is finally getting a VR mode for PCVR users next month. To boot, PSVR users are getting a free patch that will include PS Move support.
Pentadimensional today announced the news via a tweet, saying that Megaton Rainfall will be landing on the Oculus Store (Rift), SteamVR (Vive, Rift), Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One with 4K support for Xbox One X in August.
SteamVR and Oculus Store versions will release August 9th. The PS Move patch doesn’t have a specific launch date at the time of this writing.
Megaton Rainfall first launched as a timed exclusive on PS4 and PSVR back in October 2017. Although it later launched on Steam only a short while later, the version was for traditional monitors only, and didn’t include VR support. Not only are owners of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive going to get a chance at the well-received superhero title, but according to Pentadimensional’s tweet, all VR platforms will be getting full motion control support too. At the time of last year’s PSVR launch, the only supported controller was DualShock 4.