Developer CCP Games has released HTC Vive support for EVE: Valkyrie on Steam, earlier this week. The virtual reality dogfighting shooter was first released for Oculus Rift in March, and later in October for PlayStation VR.
All three platforms Valkyrie is now available on offer multiplayer cross-platform play. In addition to the game’s Vive launch, a free update will be coming in early December. As with previous free updates, the game will add new content such as maps, modes, ships and more.
The Join Strike update already released included a new co-op mode, a singleplayer story mission, quick chat options and more. CCP Games plans to continue support for the game while keeping player feedback in mind.
“EVE holds a special place in PC gaming, and EVE: Valkyrie is a superb entry into the growing VR gaming space,” said European marketing director of VR at HTC Jon Goddard in a statement. “We’re thrilled that HTC Vive owners can experience it from today on Steam, and will be able to enjoy an incredible cross-platform multiplayer experience.”
EVE: Valkyrie is available for $59.99 on PlayStation VR, as well as Oculus Rift and HTC Vive through Steam. Stay tuned for future updates on the game.