There is nothing worse than getting excited for a new VR game and then reading the word “exclusive” in the fine print. The timed PSVR exclusive, Megaton Rainfall, is certainly one such letdown for me. However, a year after its PSVR release, it looks like PC VR gamers will be getting a chance to save the world as an indestructible god.
On the developers twitter page, Pentadimensional Games has announced that Megaton Rainfall will hit Steam and the Oculus Store on August 9th. In addition to the PC VR release, the non-VR version will be available on the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. PS4 players are also set to receive a free patch that will enable PS4 Move support, giving players an all new way to experience the game.
Life as an indestructible being can be difficult. Somewhere between being a badass superhero and jumping between dimensions, you also have to look out for the little guy. This often means that leveling an entire city in order to squash an alien invasion, is usually frowned upon. That is what Megaton Rainfall is all about. Kicking alien ass, without causing too much collateral damage with your awesome power.
If you think you have what it takes to take out the intergalactic trash without flying through too many skyscrapers, look for Megaton Rainfall on August 9th. PS4 owners can check out Megaton Rainfall, right now, for $15.99. Unfortunately, no date for the PS4 Move controller support has been announced, however we will keep you posted.