Meta Quest: VR sandbox DigiGods launches today in Early Access

Meta Quest: VR sandbox DigiGods launches today in Early Access

Starting today, you can let your creativity run wild with DigiGods (formerly "Anarchitects") on Meta Quest. Build your own mini-games without any programming skills.


Canada's Squido Studio has today released DigiGods, a new free-to-play sandbox game for Meta Quest 3, Quest 2 and Quest Pro. With access to nearly 200 unique components and customization options, you can play and create with up to ten friends in real time.

A drag-and-drop system allows you to create your own mini-games without any programming knowledge. You can customize and manipulate gravity and physical elements. A special feature is the seamless transition between different game modes without loading screens.

The studio plans to provide new objects and features in themed seasons through regular updates. A medieval theme with new gameplay elements such as swordplay and shields is planned for future updates.

DigiGods offers several movement systems to choose from. In addition to a style inspired by “No More Rainbows” and Gorilla Tag, which relies on arm movements, joystick controls or a combination of both are also possible. Although the game is free to play, there are optional cosmetic items available for purchase with over 300 possible combinations.


As an incentive, players who rate DigiGods during the launch period will receive an exclusive in-game gift.


Previous VR successes from Squido Studio

Squido Studio's VR game No More Rainbows has attracted more than 500,000 players since its release in the summer of 2023. The platform game, in which you take on the role of a demon to reclaim the underworld, is available in the Quest Store, the Pico Store, and on Steam. A PlayStation VR 2 port is planned for the second quarter of 2024. No More Rainbows is currently part of a VR game bundle on Steam.

The game features a single-player campaign with five worlds and more than 30 levels, as well as two multiplayer modes. An update with a new world was recently released. Squido Studio has secured $2.5 million in investments for the development of future VR projects.

Sources: Press release