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Water Planet Launches into Hyperspace this summer – The ultimate audio-visual VR experience set to dazzle gamers, tech & music lovers alike

Miami-based music label and games publisher, The Revera Corporation, announced today that Water Planet, their immersive audio-visual VR game developed by in-house music artist, VIRGO, is coming to PC, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift via Steam this Summer.

Water Planet is an immersive first-person VR exploration game set on a beautiful and mysterious distant blue planet, not too dissimilar to a future Earth. Players will take on the role of an interstellar traveller, gathering resources to fuel their interplanetary expedition into the unknown. Amid endless oceans and mountains that cut through dense fog, lie hidden temples and monuments just waiting to be discovered. Players must uncover the planet’s many mysteries, as the on-board A.I., Gemini, guides them through sunken ruins and ocean depths, whilst pumping the atmospheric synths, arpeggiated basslines, and dreamy vocals of VIRGO’s Water Planet E.P.

Starting life as a visual accompaniment to VIRGO’s energetic and unique live performances, Water Planet has been developed from the-ground-up with unmistakable visuals inspired by the sweet sounds of VIRGO’s signature Ocean Tech style, amalgamating house, trance and future beats music genres.

After a successful Steam Greenlight campaign thanks to the overwhelming support of the Steam community, Revera Corp’s debut VR experience will be making its way onto the platform by popular demand. Fascinated by the intersection between technology, music and art, Revera Corp wanted their debut title to deliver an experience in harmony with each of these elements, creating the ultimate audio-visual VR experience for gamers, technology fans and music lovers alike.

“Water Planet is a powerful example of the environment we’re creating for our artists. We want to enable them to cross the sound barrier into the visual world and tell their stories in the most immersive medium we know: Virtual Reality.” – Jason Cole, Project Director, The Revera Corporation.

The team plan to release more information on Water Planet and their plans for the game in the coming months. This will also be shared with fans via the official game page on Steam, as well as via The Revera Corporation and VIRGO’s social channels.

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