At PAX East last week, tinyBuild unveiled its first VR game called Stage Presence.
In Stage Presence, you’re performing for a crowd when suddenly the electricity cuts out and the equipment stops working, with the exception of your microphone. You’re challenged to keep everyone entertained with just your voice. Sing, ramble, or rant – whatever it takes to prevent the crowd from booing you off the stage.
Stage Presence includes a story mode with several venues to work through, and online multiplayer lets you invite your friends to become part of the rowdy crowd. The game features full VR support as well as Twitch integration.
This stage fright-inducing game is set to launch on Steam for the Oculus Rift this summer.