When the electricity shorts out and all of the music stops, it leaves the player and a roaring, teeming crowd. Using their voice and the only working microphone, players will have to keep that crowd entertained and in check lest they start booing and hurling bottles of urine in Oculus Rift game Stage Presence.
Set to release this Summer, Stage Presence puts players in front of a crowd, either AI or Twitch/online player-controlled, and tasks them with using their voice to keep them happy. If they aren’t, or the Twitch or online crowd chooses not to be, they can start throwing things at the player.
Stage Presence will also feature a story mode that will put players in front of different venues and crowds. On top of its Oculus Rift release, it will also be coming to Steam.