I had a hunch about Apex Construct the moment I laid eyes on it. In its reveal trailer, the debut title from Stockholm-based Fast Travel Games didn’t necessarily look like the earth-shattering VR experience that would get untold scores of gamers to rush out and buy a headset, but it did seem to signify something. To me, at least, it suggested that the true second wave of VR content that consists of actual games with full campaigns instead of recycled wave shooters is nearing.

Now that I’ve played it, I’m even more convinced that’s the case.

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