Craft Keep VR retail release arrives this month

Excalibur Games will this month release a physical version of VR PC title Craft Keep VR.

The game was initially an Early Access release on Steam but has since graduated to a full release, winning itself a positive review rating in the process.

The game is the first title by Lithuanian developer Strangefire.

With over 1,000 possible sword and axe types to craft, along with a number of potions, players are tasked with fulfilling a multitude of customer orders,” the blurb reads. A very picky clientele that are in no mood for patience results in the player having to run their store efficiently.

Ordering individual items of stock, players craft their own potions, swords, daggers and more. And while stepping inside the fantasy world of Craft Keep VR is enthralling, players feel the pressure, needing to fulfil orders quickly enough to keep the customers satisfied.”

Take a look at the trailer here:

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