Watch How Robo Recall Evolved From the Bullet Train Tech Demo

See how the Bullet Train demo for Oculus has evolved into a full game in this dev diary.


If you own an Oculus Rift, chances are you've played the Bullet Train demo, and afterward, been disappointed there wasn't more. Well, Epic Games is turning the fast-paced, Oculus Touch-centric gameplay of Bullet Train into Robo Recall, a full game that'll contain the same systems that made Bullet Train an Oculus must-play. Epic has released a dev diary that details just how Bullet Train evolved into Robo Recall.

The Robo Recall dev diary describes the challenges of creating quality VR content, and specifically what it's like to work with Unreal Engine 4 in VR development. Shacknews CEO Asif Khan had a chance to play Robo Recall, and from his experience with the title, it's safe to say the game looks like it'll be one of the best experiences available for the Oculus Rift upon its release.

Robo Recall hasn't received a firm release date yet but is slated to launch sometime in early 2017. We'll bring you more on Robo Recall as soon as we get our hands on it! 

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