Space 'walking simulator' Adr1ft gets another trailer before lift off


I want Kevin Bacon to shuttle dock with me

Adr1ft tells the story of an astronaut floating through a destroyed space station with no memory of what happened or how she got there.

Adam Orth conceived the game in 2013 after he resigned from Microsoft, having made controversial comments about the Xbox One's always online DRM, a feature that was eventually dropped thankfully. Orth has compared the game to this moment in his life though I'd have to imagine he knows how he essentially was forced to resign.

The zero gravity experience should last around four hours at the cost of $20, and launches alongside the Oculus Rift on March 28, but will also be playable on PC without VR (how 2000 and late) on the same day. 

I'm excited to be a spaceman, but I'm not sure I'll be able to #dealwithit.

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