Now the company collects money exclusively to achieve its goals.

Currently, there are not many MMORPGs for virtual reality headsets (VR). The most famous is OrbusVR: Reborn. But it will not last long, thanks to several games that are literally on the horizon. Nostos NetEase is on the go, while inXile Entertainment’s role-playing specialist (RPG) seems to be adding the multi-player aspect to its next virtual reality project. A games squad is now joined by a VR MMORPG called Zenith, which recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.

Zenith is the brainchild of the Ramen VR indie studio, inspired by anime classics and JRPG. With SpatialOS, a platform designed to create large and dynamic open worlds, the team strives to make Zenith a vibrant and vibrant world with a cross-platform game between VR headsets such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index and PlayStation VR, as well as PCs. Players will be able to fight, create and explore a fantasy world, creating alliances, guilds and game groups.

The initial funding target was quite low at $ 25,000. It was easily achieved within four hours, and now the campaign costs just under $ 50,000 (at the time of writing).

“Zenith is our dream project, because we want to share the dream of a living anime world that players can experience on VR and PC without limits,” says Lauren Fraser, co-founder of Ramen VR in a statement.

“We invite RPG fans to join us on our journey and get used to the role of legendary anime heroes!”

A little more than a month is left until the end of the company. Currently, Ramen VR expects to launch Zenith in August 2020.

“We see our supporters and our community as co-authors with us,” said Andy Zeng, co-founder of Ramen VR.

“We believe that the more support we get from Kickstarter supporters who believe in the game, the more we can realize the vision that we all share.”

VRcue will continue to tell you about Zenith as the Kickstarter campaign evolves.

Cyberpunk in virtual reality: VR MMORPG Zenith raised money in 4 hours

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