Deep Diving VR Coming Soon!

Jujubee’s Deep Diving VR is Coming Soon on Steam, Marking the Studio’s First Step in Virtual Reality.

Polish developer Jujubee S.A. has just announced that it has made its first, huge step into the Virtual Reality world as Deep Diving VR is going to be available for purchase on September 12, 2019 on Steam for $19.99. The developers are confident that the immersive experience will bring a whole new level of entertainment for the adventurous player. Worth mentioning is the fact that players can also expect the support of all available controllers on the market: Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, gamepads, as well as the classic mouse and keyboard combination. Furthermore, the studio is also going to launch Deep Diving VR on Oculus and Viveport in September.

The developers have a goal of raising awareness about the current health of our oceans and seas. The Games Beyond™ initiative is a humble invitation to enjoy the gaming experience while remembering the world’s current problems. Bringing the game into virtual reality enables the audience to fully immerse themselves in the endangered underwater world.

The studio would like to mention that the Adventure Pack will also be available for purchase in Deep Diving VR the same day as the VR release. The Adventure Pack is priced at $7.99. Deep Diving Simulator is also currently available for a -50% discount on Steam.

Deep Diving VR is best described by its features:

  • Games Beyond™ – lend a hand in saving our oceans and seas while learning about the submerged world and its enigmatic inhabitants.
  • Stunning Visuals – from the coldest oceans to the hottest seas, immerse yourself in the underwater adventure by experiencing beautiful locations and vivid sea life.
  • Immersive Approach – each dive teaches you what it takes to be a professional diver as you must take care of your oxygen level as well as managing your position to avoid the life-threatening decompression sickness.
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