This week marks a significant milestone for Combat Waffle Studios, as their already popular VR extraction shooter, Ghosts of Tabor, has finally made its way to the official Meta Quest store. This is a fitting encore to a year in 2023 that saw the game amass a significant following, breaking sales records and garnering numerous awards along the way. The game’s transition from App Lab to the official store serves not only as the final step in this amazing journey through Early Access, but also as a potential first step to a new high point for the VR FPS genre.
Combat Waffle Studios, alongside Beyond Frames Entertainment, has navigated Ghosts of Tabor from its early stages on App Lab to become a major player in the VR space. Founded by a small team of VR development novices, Combat Waffle’s journey represents a dream turned into reality, driven by a common ambition to truly innovate within the extraction shooter genre.
Even as Ghosts of Tabor marks its first day on the official store, it is already well known within the VR sphere for its immersive gameplay, combining PvP and PvE elements with a survival FPS format that’s been a proven favorite in the world of traditional gaming. Its realism in weaponry and arms, effectively mirroring real-world counterparts, provides players with a visceral experience unlike any other in the VR catalog. The game supports up to three players in co-op multiplayer, offering up gameplay that is both engaging and strategic.
Ghosts of Tabor is available now for $25 on Steam VR and the Meta Quest store. Early adopters of the game on App Lab have already been transitioned to the official version, ensuring that the servers remain densely populated with the legions of fanatics that have formed over the course of the last year. Be sure to keep an eye on XR Update in the coming weeks and months, as Combat Waffle now focuses their attention squarely on PlayStation VR2.