Grab hold of a game controller and let the hunt begin!
Blue Effect VR is a virtual reality action game made by DIVR Labs. Put on the VR headset and stand your ground against waves of enemies and try to survive until the timer runs out. It might be only three minutes, but you will be sweating bullets by the end. Welcome on Planet Exo-277. A place where your abilities will be tested. This world belongs to the alien race that doesn’t know what defeat means. You will be facing enemies that are ruthless, cruel and mainly terrifying. Survive and become the famous warrior in the universe! Blue Effect is a rare energy source developed by Lumos corporation that powers your equipment and is the catalyst for your mission, the people that hired, and the events that will unfold. Enjoy breathtaking shooting battles in Warehouse level, use the orb to enlight enemies and your gun to finish them.
Release Date: 29 Sep, 2016
Developer: DIVR Labs
Publisher: DIVR Labs
Genre: Action, Indie, Virtual Reality
Blue Effect VR
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel i5-4590
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
HDD: 10 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: Intel i7-4770
RAM: 16 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
HDD: 10 GB
NOTE: Requires a virtual reality headset.
- Outstanding Graphics
- Jaroslav Beck’s Horror Audio
- Unique Control System
- Different Environments & Various Gameplay Styles
- Local Player vs. Player – Hide & Seek Mode
- Exceptional Emotions While Playing
Blue Effect VR Trailer
Blue Effect VR Review
Blue Effect VR combines dark atmosphere, tense music, and frightening monsters in this horror themed shooter. You're basically in some sort of deserted factory in total darkness, the only things you can see are the red eyes of some of the monsters, but you have a blue ball you can throw out into the darkness to illuminate an area. The hide and seek mode is terrifying and brilliant. Thankfully most monsters have red eyes that allow you to discern them from the rubble in the warehouse, so look for the eyes and start shooting! This game runs very smoothly and the light effects are great. The developers are very active, and I think this game has incredible potential to set the standard for horror player-versus-player games for Virtual Reality. Blue Effect is what happens when developers pay attention to detail.