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Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Onward positions itself as a serious FPS, based on the USA military. It’s so sure of its own place in the universe that it doesn’t feel the need to explain its setting. You know the drill; it’s soldiers in camo versus Russian terrorists in balaclavas. Hack the shit out of their systems and kill them all. Hoo-Rah. Dos Vedanya. Etc. There are several different game modes, for both single, co-op and multiplayer, for up to five players per side. These will be familiar to anyone who’s played an online multiplayer before. Escort is a VIP-style mode where you must protect one of your squad against enemy forces. Uplink is a control point hacking game. And so on. I suspect the most popular game mode, at least initially, will be ‘Hunt’. In Hunt, you can play either (co-operatively or solo) against a user-defined number of AI bots (4 to 128!) in any of the levels. Also impressive is the fact that Onward is cross-play with the Rift and other PCVR versions. The game offers a considerable number of weapons and gadgets, all of which have been well-modelled, and which require a bit more than a button press to reload. It’s not Hot Dogs & Horseshoes levels of realism, but it’s convincing. You have to practice with the different weapons to be quick at it, or even do it at all. You can also kit the weapons out with various accessories to suit your playstyle and make different load-outs.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

There are suppressors and scopes and foregrips and such to choose from. The variety on display here is considerable. That’s where any praise I have for the game evaporates. Nearly everything else about it is unfinished, shoddy and broken. Let’s start with the graphics. I’m not the sort of person to beat up on something just because it isn’t cutting edge. We all know that VR, and in particular the Quest, has limits. It doesn’t stop the likes of Sairento VR: Untethered and Arizona Sunshine rising above. It’s all in how it’s handled. Everything about the Quest version of Onward feels like a PC version that has been forced gracelessly and ineptly to run on less powerful hardware. The texture work is dreadful, genuinely reminding me at times of the worst of the original PlayStation. Polygon models are basic, and they change shape, warp, and pop in as you get closer to them. Palm trees look like the sort of toilet-roll papercraft affairs my son brings back from primary school. Weapons fire looks feeble and flat; little flashes of white fondant with no impact. Enemy combatants are spindly, simple, and almost impossible to spot amongst the shoddy texture work and pop-in, rendering tactical play almost impossible at times. They are also shoddily and basically animated, and close up are actually missing even flat polygons which makes them partially see-through.

Solo and co-op game modes.

Fellow players look comically bizarre and idiotic, drifting around and moonwalking like Michael Jackson’s ghost. Stylised and retooled visuals should have been the order of the day here, not this awful mash of 1998-style graphical blunders. It wouldn’t be so appalling if the game functioned well. Unfortunately, the technical problems aren’t limited to the game’s presentation. Bullets seem to pass through solid walls and objects, making it impossible to use cover effectively. On the Call of Duty 4-style tanker level, for example, there’s the opposite problem – there are no graphical effects to convey window glass, but bullets won’t pass through at all. Some objects, as well as looking like the work of an enthusiastic nursery school class, also seem to have even simpler hitboxes. Bullets don’t pass them for those headshots like they should and get stuck with bullet hole decals floating in mid-air. Virtual reality is home to some excellent shooters and if you’re an FPS fan, chances are that you’ve already heard of Onward. Initially developed by a one-man team, this tactical military-sim game from Downpour Interactive first launched in early access on Steam almost four years ago. We’re still waiting on a full PC release but as development continues, we now see it making the jump to Oculus Quest. With it, Downpour has released a technically impressive port, though this version makes a few compromises.The Room VR A Dark Matter 

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

If you’re after a more casual or arcade-like shooter, I’ll say now that Onward is not the game for you. This is an experience striving for realism; coupled with limited ammo supplies, there are no convenient crosshairs or mini-maps.You’ll play as one of two factions, the militaristic MARSOC, which feels NATO-inspired, and an insurgent group called Volk. Each has its own armory of weapons, and success comes down to coordination with your teammates. In terms of gameplay, not much has changed between the PC version of Onward and the Oculus Quest version. However, one major advantage of moving from PC to Quest is that movement is a lot less restricted and weapon handling is more realistic; you’re no longer tethered by the wires of the Rift, Vive, or Index. Downpour has also made a few map tweaks to assist online crossplay with PC players, but for the most part, all maps, game modes, and weapons are here. So what’s the trade-off in this version? Well, Onward has taken a massive visual hit in order for Downpour to get it running on Quest. It looks rough. Distant objects are difficult to distinguish and the blocky design for the Quest detracts from environmental realism. It does the job, but if you’ve got a PC headset available too, you should weigh up whether you value portability or presentation. Once you’ve loaded the game, though, the tutorial provides a great explanation for the game’s weapons and other tools before placing you into a quick AI match in the Afghanistan level.

Multiplayer battles with up to ten players.

You can choose from four roles here, such as Rifleman, Specialist, Support, and Marksman. Each role has its own weapon loadouts and different levels of ammunition, all accounting for damage, rate of fire, and recoil. If you’re easily startled in VR, this tutorial is a good test of whether you’ll enjoy Onward on Quest. When traveling alone through enemy territory on PC, anxiety soon sets in. It’s quiet up close, but you can hear gunshots in the distance, with the game building suspense with good sound design. When an enemy shoots you, tunnel vision kicks in and does little to help ease the tension that’s been building. That doesn’t get better in the main game and often, I found myself hesitant to leave cover, getting pinned while trying to get my bearings. The intensity of the experience is completely intact on Quest, backed up by a smooth framerate. While there’s no mini-map or HUD available, Onward provides you with a tablet, which you grab from over your shoulder; it essentially acts as your area map. You can’t hold this while shooting, so it’s advised you don’t become too reliant on it. Communication is automatic when teammates are close but to speak from a distance, you must activate the Walkie Talkie on your shoulder, as the inventory system involves grabbing items across your body. Realistic? Yes, but it feels a little too tightly packed together. For players after PvP modes, you’ve got three options in Onward, and this is where the real fun begins.Until You Fall

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Uplink mode tasks Volk with eliminating MARSOC’s entire team, trying to stop them from sending a code via the Uplink device, awarding points depending on who succeeds in their mission. Assault is similar but sees you trying to hold an area during your own uplink. VIP mode sees one player designated as a VIP on MARSOC’s team and Volk has to eliminate them. Evac mode involves fighting countless enemy waves, defending yourself to reach an extraction helicopter, and Hunt mode charges you with clearing the map from enemy bots. There are also solo modes, like the shooting range, to keep you busy, which are also available co-operatively; in these, you’ll fight a sometimes tricky set of AI enemies. However, Solo is rather dull alone, but Onward is meant for multiplayer and co-op play really makes it here, building on that immersion with squadmates. With the release of Onward on Oculus Quest, it marks a big moment for Downpour Interactive. Not only is the Quest a fully wireless, roomscale headset that offers immense freedom in terms of positioning your body while playing and freely moving around your environment, but it’s a standalone mobile-powered device. It’s essentially smartphone hardware powering a VR shooter that allows up to 5v5 battles. That’s pretty impressive, no matter how you look at it. Getting Onward on the Quest at all is a huge technical achievement.

Two unique factions with a wide variety of weapons.

But overall, the end result is a bit mixed. On the one hand it absolutely feels like Onward on PC. Even with just four front-facing cameras, the tracking is impressive here and does a very good job of keeping up with your hands and letting you handle your equipment however you’d like. I was surprised by how good it feels after putting most of my hours into the game on Vive and Rift CV1 in years’ past. Although, in busy matches with lots going on I noticed some stuttering here and there — but it’s worth noting I was capturing footage during these moments and that could have contributed to performance issues. The tutorial does a great job of demonstrating how to handle weapons and locate items on your body as well as getting your feet wet with a short match against some AI enemies. The amount of anxiety found in Onward when you’re pinned down behind cover, fumbling to reload your weapon, is honestly extraordinary. Even after you get your bearings it’s extremely intense still. When you’re being shot at your vision forms a cone with the outer edges of your field of view darkening to simulate the feeling of suppressing fire. This vision tunneling lets you know you’re under attack and puts a slight artificial limit on your vision to help fuel the adrenaline. It’s distracting at first, but I can see what the intent was behind the design choice. Kneeling behind cover or to prop up a bipod on a window frame feels fantastic.

At one point when I was practicing my sniping at the shooting range, I leaned over the edge of my real life couch since it was the same height as the in-game sand bags and got an extremely immersive sensation. I’d also like to specifically call out the Spectator Cam because it’s the best viewing mode in any multiplayer VR game I’ve seen yet. Back in the bunker you can either watch through the eyes of whoever is left alive on your team, view a third person version of the camera to see their character, or take control of a remote drone flying around the map to see aerial views of everyone left alive. It’s such a clever system that works super well, even if you never intend to play competitively. Two other small things that Onward has that I don’t think get enough attention are the walkie talkie and tablet. On your left shoulder you can squeeze the walkie talkie to talk to your teammates across the map, complete with the appropriate audio filter and sound effects. Reaching up to click the button and saying things like, “Over and out,” never stops feeling authentic. I also really love how the game uses your tablet. Behind your back you can grab it to pull it out and see a real-time overhead map of the level, objective locations, and during some game modes key information that you’ll need to upload data during matches. Rather than showing this stuff in a HUD, forcing you to grab the tablet as a physical object is just excellent.

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Onward Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Experience a first person shooter as you never have before: Onward combines mil-sim gameplay with the experience of playing in virtual reality. Players cannot rely on crosshairs or mini maps. Instead, you must rely on coordination and communication with your squad In order to succeed at your objective. Realistic combat mechanics and artificial locomotion will push your combat survival skills to their limit as you engage in infantry combat across a large variety of maps and combat situations.  Take on AI enemies to hone your skills against our AI opponents. Chase down all enemies in the a Hunt, or hold off the enemy forces as you wait for your extraction in an Evac mission. Explore maps freely or go to the shooting range to familiarise yourself with the wide variety of weapons in the game, all of which are unique and require knowledge to operate. Take to the online battlefield in a high stakes clash with up to ten people and best your enemies on a strategic and tactical level. Choose one of three objective based modes where you need to fight for control over an Uplink station, get the VIP to safety (or prevent it), or secure an area long enough to upload a code through your tablet. Onward focuses the battle between the modern militaristic MARSOC faction which has access to modern weapons including the AUG, M16, M1014 P90 and the M249 light machine gun and the insurgent Volk forces who utilise weapons such as the AKS74U, the Makarov, and even an RPG launcher. This is only a small sample of what awaits in game.Thief Simulator VR

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