Because we can’t get enough of VR games in space, Ubisoft revealed its new competitive shooter today, Space Junkies — a 1v1 and 2v2 VR shooter set in space.

Players take on the role of a Spacer and duke it out in zero gravity arenas using their hands and bodies to manipulate the environment. The game offers an arsenal of “outlandish,” customizable¬†weapons, such as Sunblasters and Bioguns, and according to the game’s website, environments are destructible and “morph based on your input.”

Space Junkies is powered by Brigitte, a new virtual reality engine built by developer Ubisoft Montpellier. According to a press release, it was designed “to evolve and adapt to the way worlds can now be created for VR.”

This year’s E3 has brought us a slew of VR announcements, including VR support for Doom and Fallout 4 and a new game by developer Polyarc that lets you be best mates with a mouse.