Devolver Digital & Free Lives Team Up For GORN

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Another partnership has been announced between publisher Devolver Digital and developer Free Lives. Free Lives are best known for their games Broforce and Genital Jousting. Devolver Digital have published such games as Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, Broforce and The Talos Principle. Now we have their latest game; GORN. GORN is a violent gladiator simulator, in VR.

“Featuring a unique, fully physics driven combat engine, GORN combatants will be able to creatively execute their most violent gladiatorial fantasies in virtual reality. Savagely strike down an infinite supply of poorly-animated opponents with all manner of weapons – from swords, maces, and bows, to nunchuks, throwing knives, massive two-handed warhammers or even your blood-soaked bare hands. The only limits to the carnage are your imagination and decency, in the most brutal and savage VR face-smashing game ever produced by man.”

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Well the short description certainly paints an image, but if words aren’t good enough for you there’s a trailer below! GORN will release for Vive on Steam via Early Access on 10th July. What do you think of GORN? Personally I am interested in this game. Kind of wish I had a Vive now. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below, or tweet me @bulletin_ben!

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5 thoughts on “Devolver Digital & Free Lives Team Up For GORN

      1. It was more just of an early access demo really. that wasn’t directly on Steam, so I was uploading into Steam and forcing the load really, caused a number of crashes and the game to bug out and go like double vision and had to reboot it. But, like I said likely down to the fact it was a force boot after adding it manually the Steam to launch through Steam VR

          1. Yeah, now its coming as a game available through Steam they shouldn’t be any issues, was a good laugh when it was working. Most likely end up grabbing a copy of it when its available if it’s not badly priced

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