Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 producer Dave Cox recently tweeted a picture of himself playing the upcoming action game using an Oculus Rift headset, suggesting support for the virtual reality headset may be in the works.
The image depicts Cox wearing an Oculus Rift headset while playing Lords of Shadow 2 on a PC monitor. He captioned the photo, "Walking around Dracula's throne room! Amazeballs #oculusrift."
Cox followed up this tweet with another that reads, "Watching Carmilla walking towards me…. Holy crap! Are they real ??!! #oculusrift."
Konami has not officially announced Oculus Rift compatibility for Lords of Shadow 2. GameSpot has reached out to the publisher for comment.
Oculus VR recently raised $16 million in venture capital funding to "accelerate" development of the virtual reality technology.
Lords of Shadow 2 launches this winter, while developer Mercury Steam has next-generation consoles in mind for its next project.