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FATED: The Silent Oath arrives on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

by on April 29, 2016


Frima Studio was excited to announce that their Norse-themed virtual reality game, FATED: The Silent Oath, has arrived on both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, taking players on one man’s quest to protect his family from the destruction of their world at the hands of the gods.

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Vincent Martel, Executive Producer at Frima Studio, stated, “Exploring complex emotions and parent-child relationships has allowed us to weave a truly emotional story. In FATED, parental bonds and protective instincts are at the root of a sensitive yet thought-provoking journey.”

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During PAX East this past weekend, they treated players to the immersive VR “simulation experience”, complete with wind, drizzle, vibrating seats, and even reins for enhanced realism. You can check out the players’ reactions in the below video:

Here’s a quick “About”, as presented on the official press release:

Developed with Unreal Engine 4, FATED: The Silent Oath is a first-person immersive adventure set in the mythical age of Vikings and built specifically for virtual reality. Written by Jill Murray, one of the writers on Assassin’s Creed,FATED tells the story of a man and his family during Ragnarök – the end times. As he travels with them, he comes across a mix of touching and terrifying events, learning about himself and his loved ones in the process, and taking the players on an emotional rollercoaster that unfolds all around them in total immersion.

FATED harnesses the capabilities of VR to bring about a leap forward in storytelling. Featuring high-quality writing, characterization and voice acting,FATED aims to transport players to a world of myth and legend, and make them feel a strong emotional connection with the story and its characters.

The title is priced at $19.99/£14.99/€19.99 and will also arrive on the PlayStation VR in Q4 2016.

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Will you be checking out this first generation VR title?

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