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News Not available for Broadcast VR coming to Quest 2 and PC VR in March

NotGames, the indie studio behind the ingenious publicity simulator No broadcasting (2022), Announced a separate VR release for SteamVR and Meta Quest 2 in March.

Released on Steam and Quest Store on March 23rd, Not for broadcast VR Take the power of mass media into your hands as you control what people see and how they perceive it from within your very own TV studio control room, set in an alternate ’80s timeline in the UK.

For all the dystopian tales of power, greed, and defiance in the original game, the VR adaptation seems like a good fit for a sit-down, button-heavy game — and it kind of looks like Please don’t touch anything.

The game is filled with egotistical celebrities, dishonest politicians and oddball sponsors – and it has to be played without interruption. Open up your lineup of VHS tapes, frame and edit shots, swear and let it all go – even when disaster strikes outside your window. No matter what you do, your job is to maintain those ratings.

You can now wishlist games on Steam. We’re still waiting on the store link for Quest, but we’ll update this post when we see it. In addition to the VR launch, the game will also be coming to PlayStation and Xbox on March 23.

At the time of writing, the flat version not for broadcast It has received “overwhelmingly positive” user reviews on Steam from over 7,000 players.

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