Perp Games Presents The VR Games Showcase at Gamescom

Perp Games will present the first ever The VR Games Showcase at this years’ Gamescom.

Working with Fast Travel Games, Carbon Studio, Survivos, Neat Corporation, Resolution Games and Cortopia Studios, some of the most exciting upcoming VR titles will be playable for media and content creators for the very first time.

The showcase will enable media to meet with the studios, play their games and conduct interviews

The VR Games Showcase is the biggest studio event collaboration in the VR games industry to date and shows Perp’s continued commitment to this growing sector in the games industry.

This isn’t the first time Perp have worked with Fast Travel Games, bringing Apex Construct to market last year in EU and NA Territories.

And Perp recently published The Wizards Enhanced Edition on PSVR in EU territories, with it coming to NA this August, collaborating with Carbon Studios.

We’re also excited to work with other talented studios for the very first time, such as Neat Corporation who worked on the excellent Budget Cuts.

Survios, who made some of the most beloved games in VR like Raw Data, Sprint Vector and Creed.

Resolution Games who released Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs earlier this year on PSVR.

And Cortopia Studios who created Wands VR.

The full list of games available at Gamescom is, as follows.

  • The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets (Fast Travel Games)
  • Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency (Neat Corporation / Fast Travel)
  • The Walking Dead: Onslaught (Survios)
  • Acron: Attack of the Squirrels! (Resolution Games)
  • The Wizards: Dark Times (Carbon Studios)
  • An Adventure in Wonderland (Cortopia Studios)

Perp Games will also be at the event and available to chat.

All assets for the event can be found here

You can view the full presentation and slide deck to find out more

You can find The VR Games Showcase in the Business Hall at Gamescom and secure an exclusive booth slot for up to 3 hours at a time and date that suits.

Please get in touch for more information and we hope to see you there!


6 Responses

  1. Pixel Ripped has got to be the throwback and throw forward title for me. Takes me back to classic gaming when I was a kid. But now reliving it in VR as if I was back in 1989 is amazing.

    So for us mature gamers, it brings us back to the revolution of gaming. Yet it also gives young gamers an opportunity to experience it as well. I can’t wait for the sequel 1995. I’m hoping for a 1978 approximate Atari 2600 days trilogy.

    Well done Perp!

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