'Zenith' Gameplay Video Reveals 30 Minutes of Unedited MMORPG Goodness – Road to VR

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    Zenith: The Last City is an upcoming anime-inspired VRMMORPG from indie studio Ramen VR. It’s still in closed alpha, but Zenith’s first long-format gameplay video reveals that it’s shaping up nicely.

    The 33-minute video (linked below) originally livestreamed on Twitch, which is why there isn’t any fancy editing or voice overs. In it, you follow the developers through the in-game questing system, the beginning of a dungeon, and an exploration quest where you have to find statues.

    Zenith is aiming to deliver its anime-inspired VRMMORPG sometime this year, which is said to feature cross-play between all supported platforms including PSVR, Oculus Quest, PC VR and traditional PC monitors.

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    There’s no firm release date yet, although there’s ample opportunity to test the game in the coming months if you’ve pre-ordered. Ramen VR lays out the following dates in Zenith’s pre-order page.