This Kung Fu game for Quest will make you fight like Bruce Lee

This Kung Fu game for Quest will make you fight like Bruce Lee

Dragon Fist, a VR game inspired by classic kung fu movies, is coming soon to the Quest Store.

FACTS

Publisher Clique Games describes the VR game as follows:

In "Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu," players will find themselves in a world that combines high-fidelity physics-based combat with an artistic style that pays homage to the golden era of martial arts films. Whether you prefer to play alongside friends in Co-Op mode, challenge others in PvP battles, or embark on single-player adventures, the game offers a diverse range of experiences.

The key features are:

  • Physics-Based Multiplayer: Experience realistic and engaging combat with friends and rivals.
  • Co-Op & PvP Gameplay: Join forces with friends or battle against them in exciting multiplayer modes.
  • Interactive Multiplayer Lobby: Seamlessly connect with other players, enhancing the social aspect of the game.
  • Complete Art Overhaul: Immerse yourself in beautifully revamped characters and environments, paying homage to classic kung fu films.

There are 40 different characters in the game. From an old wise master and a young gifted female kung fu student, to a Shaolin monk and a Bruce Lee inspired fighter, to a samurai or ninja, each character has their fighting style as well as a perk and a weakness.

Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu will be released on February 8th in the Meta Quest Store.

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CONTEXT

Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu was first released on Steam in late 2021. A Meta Quest port followed in May 2022, launching in the App Lab.

Almost a year later, the VR game has passed Meta's quality control and is ready to be released on the official Quest Store. For this version, the multiplayer and art style have been overhauled.

Post-launch road map for Dragon Fist.

Post-launch roadmap for Dragon Fist. | Image: Ben Olding Games

The studio is planning updates, new content and community events for the post-release period. Ben Olding Games wants to involve the fans in the development of the title.