Windlands 2 (2018) made a splash when it hit the Oculus Store in September, but as much fun as the unique co-op adventure-combat game was, it only supported Oculus Rift at the time of launch. Developers Psytec Games today announced that Windlands 2 is headed to Steam next week for all major PC VR headsets.

Landing on Steam November 16th, Windlands 2 is bringing it single-player and four-player co-op goodness to HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows VR headsets. Check out the Steam page here.

Thanks to Valve’s custom input scheme, this not only means you can remap the buttons as you please, but if you happen to get your hands on a Knuckles controller (in the future), you’ll be able to fully configure it to your tree-swinging delight.

It’s uncertain if the new Steam version includes cross-play with the Oculus Store version. We’ve reached out to Psytec Games, so we’ll update as soon as it’s clear either way.

We dove deep in our in-depth review of Windlands 2, and while we walked in skeptical of the new combat-focused, open world concept that departed from the original zen-like original Windlands (2016), we were pleasantly surprised to say the least, giving it a solid [8/10].

This article may contain affiliate links. If you click an affiliate link and buy a product we may receive a small commission which helps support the publication. See here for more information.

  • HybridEnergy

    “if you happen to get your hands on a Knuckles controller, you’ll be able to fully configure it to your tree-swinging delight.”

    He makes that sound like it’s something just anyone can do. Gabe! Gabster! buddy old pal, remember me from that one time at band camp? send me some of those sweet EV3s.

  • Raphael

    Nice to see multi VR platforms at launch. Will buy.

  • 3872Orcs


  • fuyou2

    Looks Extremely Crap!…Graphics from early 90’s. This is exactly how shitty all Oculus Quest Games Are Going To Look! What are they trees or mushrooms.