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Re:Zero’s VR Interaction Game With Emilia And Rem Is Now Available In Japan For PC



Publisher Gugenka released a VR interaction smartphone game for Re:Zero that lets you rest on Rem’s lap or get fed by Emilia, and it is now available in Japan for PC through DL.site for 2,160 yen.


The PC version of the game comes in a Rem version and Emilia version, and is compatible with Oculus Rift and HTC VIVE devices. It is only available through DL.site for the time being, but the game will release this winter for PC via Steam and on PlayStation 4 as a PlayStation VR title.


You can read more about the game in our previous report. As for what’s new in the PC version, it’ll include the lap-resting and cuddle volumes that were separate releases on the Android and iOS versions. There’s also added support for position tracking of the player’s head, higher details, wider and better viewing angles.


You can check out a clip for it below:


Re:Zero –Life is a Different World by VR- is available in Japan for PC, iOS, and Android. The Steam and PS4 release will arrive later.

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