Ratchet & Clank Dev's Next Game Is a VR Exclusive

The game was built from the ground up for virtual reality.


During the Oculus VR E3 Conference on Wednesday, Ratchet & Clank developer Insomniac Games announced Edge of Nowhere. The game, due out in 2016, will be exclusive to the Oculus Rift.

Insomniac chief executive Ted Price appeared on stage during the event to talk about the game, which is presented in third-person and follows an adventurer trekking through a snowy environment.

He stressed that Edge of Nowhere was built from the ground up for virtual reality, not simply converted.

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We'll have more on Edge of Nowhere as it becomes available.

Also today the Oculus media briefing, the company announced that the Oculus Rift will come with an Xbox One controller and that you'll be able to stream Xbox One games to the headset. The headset launches in the first quarter of 2016, though final pricing has not been announced.

More stories from today's Oculus Rift E3 event follow below.

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