What is Guardian Arena?
Guardian Arena is a VR game in development for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and OSVR.
Inspired by classic online multiplayer shooters such as Quake III Arena and Unreal Tournament, Guardian Arena gives players a fresh new perspective to some classic game modes.
Multiplayer Shooter from a Fresh Perspective
While Guardian Arena is inspired by First Person Shooter games such as Quake and UT, it isn't played from a first person perspective. While VR is a perfect match for first person games the goal with Guardian Arena is to give you a fresh experience different to other available VR games.
In Guardian Arena, you control your character from a God-like perspective. Watch over your player as you maneuver him through the arena. Scale the entire arena down to a table sized miniature to view the entire battle or scale it up to get closer to the action.
This god-like perspective means you can enjoy a frantic Quake-like pace without worrying about locomotion or other first-person issues.
Built for all VR on PC
The goal for Guardian Arena is to allow any person with a PC based VR headset to get into the action. You can choose to play seated, standing or room-scale with or without motion controllers.
Guardian Arena has been built from the ground up for HTC Vive, but support for Oculus Rift and OSVR.
Development of Guardian Arena
Guardian Arena will be launched soon to Steam Early Access. More details on features and the future development of the game will be posted to this page.
If you have questions about the game, contact Purple Squid Games here.