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Swords of Gargantua

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: gumi Inc.
Developer: Yomuneco
Release Date: Winter 2018

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'Swords of Gargantua' Announced - Screens

by Rainier on May 30, 2018 @ 4:33 a.m. PDT

Swords of Gargantua is a VR online action/RPG that provides 4-player online co-op set in a world dominated by a race of giants called the Gargantua.

Engage in epic real-time battles against the Gargantua forces, and fight for humanity!

Yomuneco CEO Kiyoshi Shin has built a team with an abundance of experience from varied gaming backgrounds in VR, AR, Console and PC. The result is Swords of Gargantua, featuring big and beautiful levels designed for VR. “We are very excited to bring something truly unique to the VR space, realistic combat inspired by kendo, combined with a world made by giants!”

Key Features:

  • Intense Realistic Battles: Every weapon that clashes against the enemy’s head, every shield block or parry utilized to defend yourself, and every clenched fist that bludgeons the enemy delivers satisfying feedback through a unique collision system designed from scratch. No more fighting through your opponent!
  • Online Co-Op: Group up with your friends or join a random squad and take on the Gargantua through beautifully designed stages. Time to brush up on those communication skills, because even the smallest mistake made by the team could lead to death!
  • A World Towering Above You: In the world of Gargantua, everything is bigger than you. Using our team’s vast level design backgrounds, we have created a world where players will experience large scale architecture built for giants. 

Try out the first publicly playable version of Swords of Gargantua and check out the single player combat preview demo!

Swords of Gargantua is coming to Oculus Rift and HTC VIVE this Winter 2018.

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