Laid-Back Camp VR Game released on March 4th

Don Davis

The hit anime and manga series Laid-Back Camp is getting a VR game. The game includes scenes straight from the anime to make it feel as if you are camping and sitting at a fire or in a tent. It will be the first of two to come in a series, the second one is expected to be released in April, 2021. The first game in the series takes place at Lake Motosu, a calm scenic lake where you can toast marshmallows and take naps, the second takes place in the Fumoto Campsite, a snowy winter wonderland where you can gather around a campfire and take in amazing views of the mountains. It will have Japanese audio and text support for English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (both simplified and traditional) and French. The game will be released for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Switch VR, and PSVR. It will cost about ~$18 on iOS and Android devices and about ~$23 on Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PC.