Arktika.1 Crack/Patch

Arktika.1 ARKTIKA.1 is a highly immersive, action-packed, first-person shooter designed exclusively for Oculus Touch. Nearly a century in the future, the world has fallen into a new ice age in the aftermath of a silent apocalypse. Only the equatorial regions remain habitable, yet pockets of humanity survive in small numbers all over the planet, hanging onto existence in the resource-rich territories to the north and south--resources that everyone wants to control... Protect the colony in the wastelands of old Russia from raiders, marauders, and horrifying creatures. Be the savior.

Download Arktika.1 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 73 / 100
User rating
8.6
Downloads 1260
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Tactical
Company / Developer
4A Games / 4A Games

Arktika.1 reviews ( 2 )

Senna, Oct 15, 2017

A rich VR experience with ever gorgeous visuals from 4A games. Mechanically its not much different from other VR game out there. But visually breathtaking with a captivating campaign. A bit too good looking for a 30 dollar VR game I'd say. Buy this game and support a brilliant developer like 4A games.

muldjord, Oct 15, 2017

RoboRecall was good. Arktika 1 is better. At least in my opinion. I've always been fond of the looks of the Metro games and this is right up that alley (makes sense, same developer). Not only is it more atmospheric, it also has some horror elements thrown in for good measure. Using shadows and light in creative ways to change the mood and feel of the different locations and how you handle them. For instance, the more open boss-like areas are always well-lit. While the tunnel passages are dark and gritty, with enemies to match. It gives the game great diversity. I love the gun customization options. You could argue that the game is a bit on the easy side. But to be honest, that is how I like it. I just wanna feel like a bad-ass! Touch controls are really well implemented. Puzzles are also quite good, although a bit on the easy side. But I guess that's to be expected. It is a shooter after all. But easy as they are, they are quite creative in how to let the player manipulate the surroundings. My only real gripe is with the teleportation system. There's no other option than that. No free locomotion. I caught myself wanting to move all the time, but you can't. Or, rather, you can, but only to the few fixed teleport locations. It's not that it doesn't work, because it does, it's that I miss the freedom to explore. In other words, there absolutely no exploration in this game. And that's a bit sad. Looking over the existing VR games, this is definitely one of the gems. If you buy this and Lone Echo, you are set for many, many hours of fantastic VR gaming.