Considering that Rovio Entertainment literally owes Apple and the App Store, the company could pursue the augmented reality debut of its blockbuster Angry Birds series on Magic Leap.
Developed In collaboration with the AR / VR game studio Resolution Games, Angry Birds FPS: First Person Slingshot will join the Magic Leap One Creator Edition this fall. According to a spokesman for Resolution Games, a prize for the game has not yet been set.
"We are pleased to announce the brand and the universe of Angry Birds on new and emerging platforms Expand Magic Leap and offer fans a unique way to interact with their favorite characters.Resolution Games has done an incredible job bringing Angry Birds to life in a new experience that will make players see and feel like they are, like never before fighting the pigs, "said Kati Levoranta, CEO of Rovio Entertainment.
Resolution Games has taken full advantage of Magic Leap's features to reinvent Angry Birds as an immersive experience. True to the title "FPS", the ML1 controller acts as a slingshot and replaces the touch screen interface of the mobile version. In addition, Magic Leaps head-tracking capabilities give the game an extra level of interaction.
"The Magic Leap One keeps track of your position in the head so you move and level from different directions, you can observe the pigs more closely and even interact, or you can move further to get a better score. Intuitive control is only possible with head-track VR headsets, and Magic Leap One is still working a step further, allowing you to see the real world without having to run into furniture or walls. "Martin Vilcans, CTO of Resolution Games, tells Next Reality.
In addition, Resolution uses Magic Leap's ability to make environmental mapping to bring the creatively constructed fortresses of those vicious green hogs to any surface where content intelligently responds to the environment 659002] "For example, if a wall is behind the level , parts of the level may fly away and strike against the wall, in turn blowing up part of the TNT, or parts may fall to the ground when you play the game on a table, or you can use the environment while you play "Like hopping shots from a wall beside you," Vilcans said.