This Budget Cuts HTC VIVE Game Demo shows off a lot of the user experience this Virtual Reality device has to offer. When you see how they solve moving long distances and two hand control of objects in the environment you quickly begin to understand why a lot of the games and applications were seeing from HTC VIVE are so advanced and look like so much fun.
The teleportation mechanic is an increasingly accepted way to move around in VR, seen in projects like Bullet Train. It gets around the motion sickness that comes with artificial walking — although it can be slightly disorienting, something that definitely comes through in this early gameplay trailer.
Budget Cuts is a motion control game, so there’s apparently no Oculus Rift support planned before its Touch motion controllers launch. There is, however, a promising postscript to the trailer: “No Oculus Touch support yet, because for some reason the dev kit is hard to get by [sic]. If you happen to work at Oculus, is there any way we can get a hold of it?” Otherwise, it’s “coming ‘soon'” to Steam and the Vive.