Indie developer and publisher Sigtrap just released its latest update to its roguelite six-degree-of-freedom shooter Sublevel Zero. The Redux update is a free expansion to the base game that adds a plethora of new content, including full VR support for Oculus and Vive. In addition to the newly released update, the development team also released a new trailer announcing VR support, which can be seen below.
Originally released in October 2015 on PC, Sublevel Zero has maintained a ‘Very Positive’ overall rating among Steam players. With the introduction of the Redux expansion, the game will be getting many new features including a restructured campaign, new enemies, difficulty modes, new starting classes and more. The two new starting classes are the Seeker and the Reaver. The Seeker takes full advantage of homing weapons. The Reaver on the other hand is an experimental ship bolted together by a dangerous madman, rumored to indulge in cannibalism. Full VR support is also being introduced with the expansion bringing VR support to both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Sublevel Zero Redux is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. The game can be purchased on Steam now through July 20, 2017 for 35% off, bringing the cost down to $9.74.