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Nomad probably won’t get Quest 3 upgrades

Nomad probably won’t get Quest 3 upgrades
Nomad probably won’t get Quest 3 upgrades

Blade & Sorcery: Nomad will probably not receive a Quest 3 upgrade, according to the developer.

Following the full release of Blade & Sorcery on Steam, The Baron of Warpfrog was recently interviewed by Stealth Optional. The developer talked about the new campaign, mods, and the chances of a PSVR 2 port, and was also asked if the Quest version – Blade & Sorcery: Nomad – will receive a Quest 3 update. However, that seems unlikely, as The Baron mentioned the additional maintenance work this would bring.

“As much as I wish there could be a standalone version of Nomad for Quest 3 with improved graphics that sits somewhere between the current Nomad and PCVR, that would be insane because then you would have to maintain three versions of Blade and Sorcery.”

The Baron elaborates, explaining that any potential upgrade to the Nomad “would require an improvement to the Quest 2’s hardware.” He also praises Meta for its work behind the scenes, calling the company a “great trailblazer” in supporting VR game development.

“Meta often gets a lot of criticism, but actually behind the scenes they are huge advocates of VR that most people don’t really see. They put a lot of resources into VR development and provide support to developers in the form of soft support.”

As for what’s next after Nomad’s full release – which the studio says will “take months as it’s a mountain of work” – the team is already moving forward with its next title. While it’s still very early days, The Baron confirmed that this next game and the titles that follow it “will be based on the same pillars of Warpfrog design: physics-based, immersive simulation, non-gaming design, sandbox (in the sense that you can play however you want, you’re not forced into our idea of ​​fun) and mods!”

Blade & Sorcery is now available on Steam. Nomad is available in Early Access on Quest and the full version is currently in development.

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