Earlier this week, nDreams finally unveiled what the countdown on their Twitter account has been ticking towards. The VR-dedicated developer and publisher announced a solid release date and pricing information, as well as new screenshots and details, for their virtual reality interactive experience game, The Assembly.

The news post on the nDreams website is an information-heavy one. A confirmed release date of July 19th this year for the PC on Oculus Rift or HTC Vive for $29.99 are the biggest pieces of news. Of note is the reveal of a non-VR version included in the game.

Two new trailers were also included in the post, one detailing the achievements and objectives of the games’ namesake, and the other a commentated gameplay walkthrough. You can view them below at the bottom of this post.

As if that wasn’t enough, six pretty screenshots were unveiled as well. Viewable below, they give the deepest glimpse into the game world than any set before. To view more new screenshots, you can visit the Facebook page of the game here.

In relation to the details above about an included non-VR version, the post also detailed a non-VR version separate from the main VR version to be released at the same time on Steam for $19.99. The non-VR version will have the option to upgrade to the full original VR version at any time.

The Playstation 4 version of the game will release later this year following the release of the Playstation VR headset.

Finally, the game also has an official Steam forum, which you can access here.

The Assembly is due out July 19, 2016, for the PC on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive for $29.99 (or $19.99 for the non-VR version). The Playstation VR version currently has no announced release date following the headset’s release this fall.

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Cedric Lansangan

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