M Theory and Oddboy announced that their time-traveling VR adventure title Wanderer is officially launching on PSVR and PC VR headsets on January 27th, 2022.

Update (November 5th, 2021): M Theory and Oddboy announced that Wanderer finally has a street date: January 27th, 2022.

In September the team announced it was delaying the time-traveling adventure from its quoted Q3 2021 release to sometime “later this year”. Below the article, which focuses on that initial delay, we’ve included the second half of the two-part gameplay video which shows a good deal of puzzling and atmosphere.

Original Article (September 20th, 2021): Announced back in April, Wanderer is an upcoming VR adventure game inspired by time-travel shows like Quantum Leap (1989) and Dark (2017), taking you through moments in history on your quest to stop the collapse of civilization. It’s set to launch on a PSVR and PC VR headsets (including Quest via Link).

The studios haven’t mentioned exactly when Wanderer will arrive, saying that it will release sometime “later this year.” The developers promise however that news of a release date is “not far away.”

“The last year has been a pretty tricky one. Navigating Covid-19 and its effects while maintaining a healthy and productive environment and developing a unique game for VR has meant we’re running a bit behind on our schedule,” the studios say.

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The gameplay video is the first of a two-part series which explores the main character’s Asher’s trusty companion, Samuel the Watch.

“It’s all about this magnificent and multi-talented timepiece, which is more than just a smart accessory, as we take a deep dive into the watch’s features and just how it can help you on your journey through time,” the studios say.

Additionally, the team behind Wanderer have partnered with publisher Perp Games to bring a Wanderer PlayStation VR physical edition to retail.

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  • JakeDunnegan

    This looks amazing. Definitely on my shortlist to buy on Steam to play on my Quest 2.

    • JakeDunnegan

      Will reiterate – can’t wait for this to come out :)

  • NL_VR

    This games seems pretty Good.
    I like how it looks like a real PCVR game and not a watered down (graphics) Quest port.

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  • shadow9d9

    I don’t really buy pcvr games anymore. I want it on native quest. So, either 75% off on steam or full price quest for me.