We are excited to announce that End Space is now available on the Xiaomi Mi Standalone VR headset in China. We have worked closely with Xiaomi over the last months translating all the text and voice acting into Chinese. End Space has been a huge success on the Oculus Go platform and the Xiaomi Mi Standalone VR headset was a natural fit to bring more pilots into the cockpit and fly in the fight to control the TarTarus Sector.
We are extremely excited to release the new ‘Collective Update’ for End Space on August 2nd. End Space originally released 2.5 years ago for the Gear VR and since then we have brought it to PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, and most recently Oculus Go. With every release on a new platform the last platform suffered from a lack of attention while we tried to get the next platform ready. As you may know End Space is made just by Lee and I. Since the Gear VR release I have had two babies, and Lee is still celebrating his first baby born just two weeks ago. We try to do our best but it’s not easy becoming fathers, starting a business, and working on a game across so many platforms.
Hello pilots, A quick update to outline what’s happening with End Space right now. We have released End Space on Gear VR, PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, and most recently Oculus Go. That’s a lot of platforms to maintain, and with every release the older platforms got left behind with updates … Read more »
Today the new Oculus Go all-in-one VR headset is released and End Space has been updated to take full advantage. We received our Oculus Go in December 2017 and were instantly excited about it. It removes all the pain points of the Gear VR from the user and developer experience and improves on the Samsung Gear VR in a lot of areas. Oculus invited Lee and I to the first ever Oculus Developer Summit at their head office in Menlo Park. Only 20 selected developers were invite to attend and we were honored to be part of it. We got a exclusive first look and Go and some other exciting upcoming things from Oculus. To cap it off they even took us out for a fun night of Go-Karts (no pun intended).
Today we are incredibly excited to welcome our new community of Steam users to End Space. We have support for the HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, and of course the Oculus Rift. Our goal of creating a exciting space combat VR game has now become a reality, and we are excited to share it with you. Enlist today in the ranks of the United Trade Consortium! May your tracking stay true, and your boosters always full.