DeNA has pulled a fast one on us and recently released Protocol Zero, an immersive first-person stealth adventure for the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition powered by Oculus technology. As the debut first-person shooter for the Samsung Gear VR, Protocol Zero in a 360° experience of stealthy military action with 3D interaction and high definition graphics. A free demo for Protocol Zero first appeared in January and now gamers can purchase the full version of Protocol Zero for $4.99 on the Oculus Store.
Protocol Zero is set in the near future in a war-torn city that has been destroyed by a cruel regime. Players will take on the role of a one-man-army that must eliminate enemy commanders by using a combination of advanced weaponry and other gear. Through the eyes of the operative, players must invade hostile locations behind enemy lines, utilizing x-ray, thermal and night vision.
“With the power of Oculus and Samsung, virtual reality is on the verge of becoming an everyday household technology,” said Barry Dorf, vice president of partnerships and alliances at DeNA. “We are thrilled to be among the first developers to bring an interactive entertainment experience like Protocol Zero to this exciting new platform.”
Protocol Zero is currently available in the United States for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Gear VR Innovation Edition as well as the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Those interested need to take note that a Samsung Gamepad or Android game controller is required while playing Protocol Zero.