“If you are the type to seek out roller coasters that make you sign a legal indemnification waiver agreement before strapping in, this is the game for you.”
“The controls, look and feel of Detached are excellent.”
„Detached is a 1 v 1 unique twist on the classic capture the flag game mode that strives to avoid violence but still raises the pulse.”
“This game has absolutely beautiful art, extremely true-to-life physics for space maneuverability, and both a fun single player and multiplayer mode.”
This is an extreme VR experience that simulates sudden and dramatic acceleration, freefalling, twisting and rolling. Even with the 90 FPS frame rate, it is not for VR-sensitive players. Detached’s in-game helmet and HUD are both designed to counter VR nausea. Having said that, players will rotate and accelerate in all directions in the game.
For many, this will create a wonderfully intense VR experience. But for those more susceptible to VR nausea, this level of movement may prove uncomfortable. Although Detached has been calibrated to introduce players to the controls slowly, this should not be the first game you pick up in VR.
Although the game has been designed specifically for VR HMDs, you will soon be able to play Detached on a monitor, perfect for VR users who want to play the game with those without VR headsets! Detached is coming to Steam non-VR version, expected for release on July 24th 2018. Add the game to your Steam Wishlist!
Detached is now available on Steam and Oculus store! The game features English, German, French and Chinese localization; offer controller support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive and 45 achievements that can be gained during the game. PlayStation VR and Windows Mixed Reality support is coming on July 24th, as well as Steam non-VR version.
Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
Nvidia GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater
8 GB RAM
Windows 7 SP1 64-bit
Intel Core i7-3770K Quad Core
NVIDIA GTX 980 / AMD Radeon R9 390X equivalent or greater
8 GB RAM
Windows 10 64-bit
Detached fully supports Oculus Touch and HTC Vive controllers. Support includes the character control system as well as the full game interface.
It's much more dynamic than single-player experience. You have to use EVA Suit skill modules wisely, avoid enemy attacks and master the controls! Challenge your friend in two game modes: Package Extraction and Race. What's most important... Detached to get a cross-platform PvP mode and a non-VR version on July 24th this year!
These are acquirable assets giving your EVA suit various skills:
Boost - increases thruster output, boosting acceleration and maximum speed of the EVA suit.
Disrupt - temporarily disables objects from limited range. Disruptable objects include force fields and your enemy.
Shield - protects the user from various dangers, like impact damage and the enemy’s disrupt beam.
Yes. Difficulty options affect gameplay by modifying movement physics or other variables.
- In simulation mode all movement is cumulative, the EVA suit does not compensate for inertia, and player has to use the thrusters himself in order to correct his velocity.
- In arcade mode most movement is cumulative, however using the throttle will compensate for inertia. This means that all strafe movement is suppressed when the throttle is used and the movement vector is automatically set forward or backward according to player input. Also all rotations are suppressed when there is no input.