With the brand new addition of App Lab, the secondary Oculus store for games that have yet to achieve official Facebook certification, we finally have access to the sequel to one of the most popular games on SideQuest. The original Crisis VRgade has been downloaded via SideQuest over 200,000 times as well as being available on Steam and the PSVR. My colleague Chris here at Pure PSVR and I have spent many an evening blasting our way through the punishing levels in the addictive co-op mode. I’ve played the Steam version of the sequel, but I’m so excited to finally play Crisis VRgade 2 wirelessly on the Quest.
If the latest Oculus version hasn’t rolled out in your area just yet, don’t fret. You can still grab a copy of the game (and many more) by clicking this link to Oculus’s Blogpost about the upcoming secondary app store. It’s currently listed at $19.99 and features 3 levels and multiple difficulties. It doesn’t have the popular co-op mode or shooting range just yet, but it is hopefully and probably on the roadmap as it is available in the Steam version of the game.
It plays great on the Quest 2 as you can see in the video below which shows me trying and failing to complete the first level.