Remember Kingspray? It was a great little VR graffiti experience that launched alongside PC VR headsets. We’d all but forgotten about it, but it turns out Kingspray Quest is coming soon.
Kingspray’s developers just confirmed that the game will hit the standalone VR headset on October 17th (thanks to Polish Paul for pointing this one out to us!). The news was accompanied by a new trailer for the game. We’re especially big fans of the bit where someone stands in front of a wall wearing a Quest.
Kingspray gives you all of the tools to create virtual wall art on the fly. You’re able to quickly change colors, scale walls to reach other areas and undo any mistakes. Judging by the trailer, multiplayer support will be included. No word on if there will be cross-buy support with the Oculus Rift version, though.
“Kingspray Graffiti takes a simple premise and expands it out to the point that it offers all of the features you’d ever want — and plenty that you probably didn’t know you wanted,” we said in our review of the app all the way back in 2016. “It feels like the real thing, but it also lets you do so much more than what the typical artist could ever do in real life.”
We’ll admit we’re a little surprised to see the game making the jump to Quest. Its Twitter account has been silent for years and its Facebook page made its first post in 16 months in early September. We’d assumed the game was all but lost to time, but hopefully it can find a new lease of life on Quest. Still no word on a PSVR release, though.
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