The virtual reality title Lone Echo II will miss its planned release date due to development problems.
From the Ready at Dawn staff, it was announced that the game would be delayed in its premiere, in the search to improve its performance on the Oculus platform. A delay due to problems in the production of this work.
It is not the first time it has happened. Announced in 2018, a premiere had been anticipated for 2019, but the development became more extensive and, as expected, the COVID-19 pandemic caused enough havoc to take its premiere until 2021. It is scheduled for the 24th of this month, until this notice.
Sadly for fans, Lone Echo II does not have a new scheduled release date, it only remains in an indeterminate period of this year, the only hope for Oculus users who wish to experience zero gravity again. An amazing experience that fans cannot miss.
Ready at Dawn describes the game as follows:
“Jack and Liv are back in Lone Echo II. Return to the rings of Saturn in the most anticipated sequel to unravel the mysteries of the Lone Echo and travel to the deepest space, beyond the very limits of time.
Discover the origin of the mystery. Join Liv and Jack aboard the Kronos II Mining Station, perched on Saturn’s rings. Immerse yourself in an interactive zero gravity environment to uncover the mystery of the strange cosmic event.
You are Jack, a vanguard android based in a mine deep in space. When a space anomaly unexpectedly arises, you must move in zero gravity to investigate the impending threat and protect Captain Rhodes. “