In order to gain revenue, Studios need to get their projects out to as many customers as possible. This can be done by supporting multiple headsets and appearing on numerous sales platforms. Location-based entertainment (LBE) is yet another avenue that has proven to be fruitful for virtual reality (VR) studios. Vive Studios has announced a partnership with Synthesis VR to distribute its content VR management and licensing platform.
Synthesis VR is an LBE VR platform designed to help VR arcades with online and offline booking, gift card and membership functionalities, and customer retention via customer management features.
With Vive Studios now onboard, titles such as Front Defense and Front Defense: Heroes (developed by Fantahorn Studio) will now be made available to any entertainment venue using the Synthesis VR system.
While Front Defense is a WWII-era first-person shooter (FPS) with a single-player campaign, Front Defense: Heroes, is a multiplayer experience offering 5 vs 5 multiplayer with multiple maps to fight on and the option to play as the Allies or the Axis powers. As compared to Front Defense, Front Defense: Heroes is certainly a step up that offers a far more dynamic experience than its single-player sibling.
Synthesis VR has also revealed a studio partnership with Dutajaya Media. Two videogames, Dimensions 13 and Verxus will be available. The former is a 2-4 player co-op while the latter offers a 4-6 player PvP experience.
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