Beyond Chronos Brings Firepower To SteamVR Today

Beyond Chronos Brings Firepower To SteamVR Today

ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos, the sci-fi, anime-style adventure with a twisting narrative and difficult choices, is now available on SteamVR for Steam-compatible VR headsets. ALTDEUS is available for a launch week 10% discount and TOKYO CHRONOS owners can purchase ALTDEUS at a 20% discount, and a discounted CHRONOS Series bundle with both titles is also available for 25% off.

Developed by the industry veterans at MyDearest Inc., ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos is the best-rated app on the Oculus Quest Store according to Road to VR. The SteamVR version features higher-resolution backgrounds, and additional effects, to take advantage of powerful VR gaming rigs.

Fight to save humanity from the Meteoras, massive aliens who destroyed Earth’s surface, 200 years after the events of TOKYO CHRONOS. Step into the shoes of Chloe, an android who pilots mecha designed to protect humanity and eliminate its foes in epic battles with massive Rail Cannons. Explore the planet’s last refuge, Augmented Tokyo, in Adventure Mode, and interact with the residents of this underground city.

Every choice matters, with branching paths leading to many possible futures for Chloe, her AI assistant Noa, and the humans they protect. Use the Libra system to evaluate the impact of Chloe’s decisions at key moments. Deploy the Ariadne system to return to past choices, and rewrite the fate of humanity, with multiple endings to discover in a 15-20 hour campaign.

“Thank you to everyone who supported us so far, whether it be from playing TOKYO CHRONOS, ALTDEUS’s Oculus version, or anyone that’s just intrigued by the world we’re creating,” said Haruki Kashiwakura, game director, MyDearest. “We are proud of the overwhelmingly positive responses we got from the community with our Oculus release and know Steam VR’s thriving base will likewise have a memorable experience!”

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