Developers Infectious Ape has dropped news that its graffiti simulator game – Kingspray – will be releasing on the Oculus Quest as soon as this coming week on October 17th.
If you ever wanted to tag nearby city walls with spray paint, but were either creatively or legally afraid to do so, then Kingspray on Quest removes all those boundaries, allowing you to spray-away to your hearts content.
Players of the game will be able to use a variety of spray cans to paint whatever they like in up to five highly detailed locations to spray in. You can also record your spraying skills and share your final work in 360 panoramic captures. Drop in reference images into the game and project them onto the virtual landscape as a guide, all whilst listening to the games internet radio stations or your own imported music library collection.
I am really looking forward to trying out Kingspray and I hope it gets the support from its community. I like the idea that you are not limited to walls, with vehicles being included as objects you can bring to life with your artwork.
Kingspray releases this Thursday on Oculus Quest. There is no listing at this current time of writing on the Oculus Store, so its pricing and cross-buy are yet unknown. As a guide, it currently sells on Rift for £10.99.