Aiming to bring ‘Rainbow Six Siege’ action to VR, tactical team-based shooter ‘Breachers’ launches in April – The Road to VR


Triangle Factory, the studio behind Hyper Dash (2021), announced its squad-based shooter Violators is set to launch next month on Quest 2 and SteamVR headsets.

The Rainbow Six Siege-inspired shooter has been played by over 60,000 players since the studio launched the open alpha late last year. Now the studio says Violators will officially launch on April 13.

like Rainbow Six Siege, one team (the Enforcers) is tasked with destroying the enemy squad and defuse their EMP bombs. You’ll be able to drop and smash through walls, spin through windows, and catch your opponents by surprise with gadgets like drones, cloaking devices, lightning bolts, and piercing foam.

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As the opposing team (Revolter), your squad must defend your bombs with force and contraptions such as blocking doors, mines, static field emitters, and proximity sensors.

If you are curious to try your hand at Violators, the studio is actually still running the open alpha until March 24th. You can join the open alpha at SideQuest for Quest 2 and Quest Pro and in Github for PC VR headset. If you need help with the installation process, be sure to head over to the game’s Discord (invite link).

Despite being a VR-only game, Triangle Factory also features a spectator mode that can be viewed without VR hardware, promising easy access for streamers looking to commentate on the game’s competitive 5v5 matches.

For $30, players who pre-order in Quest can also get an elite gun skin for “The Jesper”, the standard sidearm that players spawn with at the start of each round. You can also make a wishlist on Steam. The studio has yet to mention PSVR 2 support.

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