Kluge Interactive, the veteran VR studio behind the top-rated rhythm game Synth Riders, announced that their highly anticipated VR fighting game, FINAL FURY will host an Open Beta in early 2024 on Meta Quest and SteamVR. Further adding to the excitement, the studio also unveiled new gameplay featuring never-before-seen characters during the IGN & UploadVR Showcase.

Inspired by the golden age of arcade fighters, FINAL FURY promises epic head-to-head matches, immersive visuals, innovative controls, a varied roster of characters, and fast-paced gameplay tailored for newcomers and veterans alike.

Highlights from the captivating new trailer include exclusive gameplay footage, atmospheric cinematics, and two new characters: Lida—a master manipulator who commands a legion of deadly scarabs—and Valdan—a revenant who uses an infernal blade to exact his vengeance upon other fighters.

Along with the Open Beta invitation and gameplay trailer, the developer has also confirmed the list of features and modes coming to the game at launch:  

  • Innovative VR combat, combining arcade-style fighting mechanics with physical gameplay
  • Nine playable fighters, each with a unique move set, arena, and personality to match
  • Single-player battles against CPU opponents in the Arcade and Versus modes
  • Online competition via matchmaking or private matches

For the chance to be among the first to experience FINAL FURY, VR players are welcome to sign up for upcoming playtests and exclusive developer insights here.

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