New Locations Unveiled for Loading Human
A huge new adventure video game going by the name of “Loading Human” is hitting the market soon. This virtual reality compatible game will be an ongoing series, with the first episode launching very soon.
Loading Human has been created by indie developer Untold Games. The first episode of the game will be launched sometime early next year for PC, which includes complete support for the virtual reality headset released by Oculus Rift. The developing team includes some amazing designers who have revealed a few scenes from Loading Human all of which are breathtakingly beautiful. The artwork is intricate with immense attention given to detail, and most of all it is visually extremely pleasing. Players can easily visit these new locations revealed in the screenshots once the game is officially launched.
Loading Human is basically a cinematic adventure that casts the protagonist as ‘Prometheus’ – the man who kept searching for an unknown energy across the universe which could save the life of his father. Prometheus is the offspring of a famous scientist and lives his life in the game, going through adventurous space travel only to end up in an Antarctic base set a long way in the future which serves as his training camp. The players get to experience a range of intense emotions like love, hatred, hope, loneliness and fear; almost as if the protagonist is a real person set in our own world. Using the visual tracking technology of the Oculus Rift headset, players can explore their surrounding areas easily, using their own hands and feet.
Loading Human is set inside a gorgeously decorated, lavish loft that boasts a spacious corridor, a greenhouse, an underwater lab, the kitchen and a fully furnished gym. Artworks and designs of the loft have been revealed to pique interest of fans who have claimed to support the game. There are six locations in total and the designers have done a brilliant job of making it look like a futuristic home for the protagonist. Loading Human has been designed specifically to be played in virtual reality with an original music score, outstanding special effects, action sequences and acting. The story goes through unexpected twists all of a sudden and keeps the game interesting, which is a crucial element while launching a series. The developers have revealed the 3D perception map with which the entire process was developed along with an in-depth 2D drawing of the whole plan. Virtual Reality Times will keep following the progress of Loading Human and report back with any further details.