Ready At Dawn Studios is an American video game developer located in Irvine, California. Ready At Dawn Studios was founded in 2003 by Ru Weerasuriya, Andrea Pessino, Didier Malenfant, and former members of the Sony Computer Entertainment subsidiary Naughty Dog and Blizzard Entertainment, and since then has remained a proudly independent team of game developers.
Currently in development, Ready At Dawn’s latest game Lone Echo 2, is the sequel to Lone Echo. The launch of Lone Echo 2 was expected in March 2020, but was delayed as many of the key game developers had to work from home due to the Coronavirus. You can still, however, take a sneaky look at what to expect. On September 26th 2018, Ready At Dawn released the 'Lone Echo 2: Trailer Experience'. It's available as a free download from the Oculus store. The trailer experience offers a glimpse into the highly anticipated sequel Lone Echo 2. Here’s the link to the free game on the Oculus Store - Download 'Lone Echo 2: Trailer Experience'.
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VR Awards Game of the Year 2019. A Fisherman’s Tale is a strange, narrative puzzle adventure game developed by Innerspace VR and published by Vertigo Games. Available on the Oculus Rift, Quest and Rift S. A Fisherman’s Tale fully supports Oculus VR controllers. The game is ideal for adults and kids of all ages. Rated for ages 7+
Dispatched into hostile wetlands in your tactical kayak using your paddle to steer and move stealthily through hostile and remote locations, utilise military weapons and equipment to evade and neutralise the enemy threat. Engage your targets lethally or infiltrate unnoticed from the shadows: it’s your mission to execute your way. Phantom: Covert Ops is stealth action redefined.
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