For those out of the loop, Budget Cuts is a highly acclaimed title that became an early success story for virtual reality on PC. It's a stealth action adventure in which you must sneak and stab through a company building full of hostile robots. It was announced to be coming to PlayStation VR last year, and was planned for release this month. Unfortunately, that date has slipped.
Budget Cuts will now sneak onto PSVR on 25th September. While this means we have an extra couple of months to wait, developer Neat Corporation has been busy building an entirely new level for this version of the game.
Called Panopticon, the new stage has been "designed specifically with PSVR in mind". As you can read about over on the PS Blog, the stage is built around getting to a specific point in the middle of a circular space. "The importance of choice" is a focus of the level, which will let you tackle it in more than one way. It's cool that PSVR users who have been waiting patiently to play the game will be getting a little extra something.
Are you excited to play Budget Cuts on PSVR? Stay low in the comments section below.
@Quintumply Sounds good to me, will this be a move controller game? It sounds a bit like Super Hot VR which I really enjoyed.
VR seems to be getting a few decent games of late which is great to see!
@Mostik I'd be surprised if you didn't have to use the Moves for this one.
@Quintumply even better, I feel VR games are a bit more immersive with the move controllers. Thanks for the reply.
Shame, I was looking forward to this one, but we still get Iron Man VR, Pistol Whip and Dreams VR in one month. Very, very good month for PSVR.
I have this on PC. It used to be a buggy mess with a great game underneath, after Budget Cuts 2 came out a big patch came to Budget Cuts 1 that fixed tons of bugs and improved performance. PSVR users will be in for a treat.
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