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DUSTNET Brings Cross-Platform Deathmatches to PC, VR, and AR on July 16th

Fight for your life in a free-for-all death-match, or cultivate a server for others

Here’s a quick preview for fellow fans of virtual reality and augmented reality (and PC gamers too, I s’pose).

Developers SCRNPRNT have announced that DUSTNET, a brand-new, asymmetrical multiplayer deathmatch title that supports cross-platform play between PC, VR and AR will launch on July 16th.

DUSTNET began as a demake of Counter-Strike that would exist as a single permanent online server. The game explores the player’s relationship to virtual space, specifically the resilient Counter-Strike map Dust II, which the DUSTNET name derives from. It is intended to exist as an everlasting space that players can congregate in through PC, VR, and AR, with the developers having noted that after the game is long abandoned by its players it will still remain online and preserve the ruins of Dust II for anyone to visit.

 

While this is interesting enough, it’s the abstract nature of the game’s visuals that caught my eye.  It’s stripped back, bare-bones style sets it apart from the hyper-realistic or cartoon-inspired visuals of other titles in this space.

DUSTNET launches on July 16th and will be available on Steam, SteamVR, App Store, and Google Play for PC, MacOS, iOS, Android, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive. 

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