Once a PSVR exclusive, Tribetoy today announced their ship-battling arena title Bow to Blood (2018) is soon headed to Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The studio today released word that Bow to Blood is expanding support this April to traditional monitors on several platforms including Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PS4, and PC via Steam. The PC version is slated to arrive with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive support. Considering the PSVR version supports PS Move as well as DualShock 4, it’s likely we’ll see support for motion controllers on those platforms as well.
The studio says it’s coming to PSVR as a free update; PSVR players will also have the option to play in traditional flatscreen-mode.
Tribetoy says the update, dubbed ‘Last Captain Standing’, is a “massive upgrade” to the original game.
Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing is said to include randomized arena events hosting up to seven players. Like the reality TV series Survivor, players must make alliances with NPCs, and survive a voting process to see who’s kicked out, leaving only one left to win the match.
The new update will include hard difficulty settings, more enemy ships, and improved art.
The original Bow to Blood launched on PSVR last August. We haven’t had the chance to review, although it’s received mostly positive scores from critics, garnering an 80% critic score on MetaCritic and a [4.5/5] on the PlayStation Store.