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Future Realities Summit: 'The Foglands': Developing Hybrid VR/FPS is Hard and So Can You!

Samuel Warner  (CEO, Well Told Entertainment)

Location: Room 301, South Hall

Date: Monday, March 18

Time: 10:50 am - 11:50 am

Pass Type: All Access Pass, Summits Pass - Get your pass now!

Topic: VR/AR

Format: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: Intermediate

Have you ever wanted to make a VR game that isn't in VR? How about a high-end console experience that runs on a phone? If you answered 'no' to either of those questions, good job, you're doing game development correctly! The team at Well Told Entertainment answered YES to both of these questions and are excited to share the learning, successes and failures across the entire spectrum of hybrid VR game development gained while developing The Foglands for PSVR2, PS5, and Quest 2. Join us for an hour-long session diving into the complex design decisions of verbs spanning VR and FPS, optimization for high and low end platforms, and how to organize your project, processes and team to best prepare for the experience.

Takeaway

Learn about the design of player verbs and combat encounters for VR and FPS. Then dig into optimization and organization as it applies to animation, kit development, engineering and level design processes for hybrid platforms. Lastly, review how to successfully (and unsuccessfully) market a hybrid game, QA test a hybrid game, and lead a team through making a hybrid game.

Intended Audience

Unreal Engine developers, artists, designers, and engineers that are interested in creating hybrid games (VR and first person) will benefit from this talk; heed our warnings and steal our learnings as you venture into solo or team-based development of your own product.



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