‘Moss’, an exploratory open-world VR game, that was released earlier this year for PSVR as well as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive (last month), is now set to receive a new update that will allow individuals with Windows Mixed Reality (WMR) headsets to play the game.
In a statement released by PolyArc, the game’s developer mentioned :
“In addition to the great Moss Soundtrack news, Polyarcgames is excited to announce that with today’s Moss update, we’re now supporting the Windows Mixed Reality headsets. Now Moss can be played on all four major VR platforms.“
As a result of this latest update, owners of all four major VR platforms can now surround themselves in the lush environment that Moss has to offer. The game features a little, adorable mouse called Quill as its central protagonist. Players have to make use of her magical orb in order to navigate through different levels and solve a variety of puzzles in order to proceed from one chapter to the next. The game comes loaded with an immersive, lush backdrop and also features an engagingly beautiful design.
Lastly, this latest update also enhances the playabilty of Moss by adding a new ‘controls sub-menu’ that enables two new controller layouts to better suit the user’s gaming style. For example, the first button configuration lets users swap between the default Touch-to-Move style and a new Press-to-Move layout. Similarly, the second option provides users with the ability to change the way the Jump and Attack actions are mapped.
When asked about these changes, the developers of the game said that the new button arrangements will help “mitigate a handful of the ghost input issues players have been reporting recently.”