Budget Cuts releases this week, has a new trailer
Neat Corporation today announced that Budget Cuts, their upcoming VR stealth game, is being delayed until further notice, citing framerate stability and other bugs encountered in the game. The studio announced the news via a Reddit post, saying that the long-awaited Budget Cuts still suffers optimization issues.
This is the second delay the game has undergone in less than a month. The bugs that I’ve seen reported aren’t being secribed as game-breaking, but I guess the devs are perfectionists.
Budget Cuts, a first-person stealth VR game, has been eagerly awaited since Stockholm-based indie studio Neat Corporation first released a free demo in 2016. And now its finally landed at a full release via Steam.
The game has you engaging in a constant balancing act of gunplay and stealth as you mow down legions of android enemies. According to reviews, it’s actually quite good despite the bugs.
With the game coming out this week, a launch trailer has been released showing plenty of office-based robot killing stealth action. This is definitely a game VR gamers should check out this week.
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