Vankrupt Video games has introduced that Pavlov Shack will run at the next refresh fee on the upcoming Meta Quest 3.
First launched two years in the past, Pavlov Shack is a spin-off of the unique Pavlov, providing a scaled-down model of Quest that’s at present in beta. Requested if it is going to obtain graphics updates to Quest 3, Vankrupt CEO Dave Villarreal denied this, however mentioned Shack hits 90Hz on Meta’s subsequent headset. The sport runs at 72Hz on Quest 2. So does it reconfirmed that Quest 1 help would finish quickly.
Villarreal’s feedback comply with the latest Replace 29 patch that arrived final month for the primary recreation. This heavy replace moved Pavlov to Unreal Engine 5.1 with OpenXR help, which means that Steam Workshop help has been retired. Crossplay between SteamVR and PSVR 2 can also be accessible with an overhauled foyer, together with new characters and weapons, map adjustments, and extra.
Pavlov Shack is now accessible on the Meta Quest platform by way of App Lab or SideQuest as a free obtain whereas remaining in beta. As for Pavlov, it is out now on PC VR and PSVR 2 for $24.99.