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VR Dungeon Crawler Demeo Receives Early May Release Date

VR fantasy roguelike dungeon crawler Demeo, by developer Resolution Games, has finally received a release date of early next month.

Resolution Games has announced that its upcoming VR dungeon-crawling adventure, Demeo, will be launched on various VR platforms next month. The cooperative adventure has received a lot of buzz since its gameplay reveal trailer dropped last month, garnering well over 14,000 views.

CEO of Resolution Games, Tommy Palm, has expressed their genuine appreciation for fans’ excitement and how they can’t wait to get Demeo into player’s hands: “We knew that RPG fans were going to love Demeo, but we had no idea just how excited they would be until we released its gameplay reveal trailer last month […] It has been so fun hearing from players all over the world about how excited they are to get their hands on the game and experience their beloved tabletop game nights again with their friends after a long year apart. [It] is going to be unlike anything available in VR today, and we can’t wait for players to take [it] on.”

What Is Demeo?

Demeo is a fantasy roguelike dungeon crawler that’s reminiscent of a good D&D campaign. Players will have to utilize cooperation and strategy to explore various dungeons in an attempt to rescue the Mad Elven King. For non-VR players, Demeo will be releasing on PC later this year. So, you’ll still be able to hop on with your friends and give the die a good shaking. Here’s some of what you can expect when Demeo launches this May:

  • Play with up to three other people
  • Embark on an epic quest to rescue the Elven King from deep within the Elven Necropolis
  • Take on one of four roles: the hunter, sorcerer, assassin, or guardian
  • Utilise communication and strategy to get yourselves out of tough situations
  • Play with friends regardless of whether or not you’re using VR with cross-play
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Image Credit – Resolution Games

Release Date & Price

Demeo will be released on May 6, 2021, for Oculus Quest and Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index, and Windows Mixed Reality. It will also be launching on PC later this year. It will cost $29.99. You can head over to its Steam store page to wishlist it there. Or, head on over to its Oculus store page to get more details. Will you be picking it up when it launches early next month? Let us know in the comments below.

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