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Shacknews Best VR Game of 2022 – Among Us VR

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The phenomenon of Among Us’s success as a social deduction game of a wolf surrounded by sheep has been an ongoing story for years, but in 2022 Schell Games and Innersloth are taking it to a new level. Among Us VR’s release gave us everything. A new way to suspect our friends and try to screen the crooks out of them. All of this may sound highly questionable, but it’s a big part of what made Among Us VR his Best VR Game of 2022 from Shacknews.

Among Us VR was a late bloomer in 2022, but since its release it has breathed new life into the usual Among Us formula. The basic features of the games are the same. He in the bunch is one or a few players secretly murderous crooks and no one knows but the crooks. These players roam around trying to deliberately murder other astronauts and destroy ships while pretending to be coy when a corpse is discovered and a meeting is called. Other players must figure out who the imposters are and get rid of them while trying to complete tasks around the ship.

What sets Among Us VR apart as an even more wacky experience is the handling of mechanics in VR. Players now have full control over their hands in this game. This provides tactile pleasure while handling ship tasks such as cranking, pressing buttons, and lining up ship coordinates on a digital map.

But when it comes time to debate, Among Us VR’s hand motion controls also add some fun with body language and emotes. It’s good to know how fidgety you are and how much you blame others. If your body language seems threatening, you may realize that your accusation is misguided. Among Us VR also incorporates a bit more scary elements because the game is first-person. increase.

Among Us VR excels at how much immersion it brings to a social deductive smash hit, and if you can get your friends together in VR, that’s the best way to play it. That’s why it’s Shacknews’ Best VR Game of 2022.

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TJ Denzer is a player and writer whose passion for games has ruled him all his life. He found his way onto the Shacknews roster in late 2019 and has been on his way to Senior News his editor since. In between news coverage, the indie focused on his games, he streams live at Indie-licious, Shacknews Stimulus Games, Shacknews Dump, and more to support his projects. You can reach him at [email protected] and you can also find him on Twitter. @Johnny Chuggs.

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