We mentioned Niten from developer Donald McDonald a couple of weeks ago and the Kickstarter will be coming to a close soon.

If you missed the original post, Niten is a tasty looking game which has been influenced by titles such as Dear Esther and Gone Home. It’s a story-driven exploration game powered by Unreal Engine 4 where players have to explore an exotic Japanese island and uncover its history and find out more about its previous inhabitants, specifically a Samurai Master and his orphan child student.

In the past couple of weeks Donald revealed that he will be adding VR support which was originally a stretch goal. He managed to secure a grant from the Unreal Engine team in the form of an HTC Vive.

The campaign needs a final push, so if you’re a VR owner or just want to experience what appears to be a rather beautiful looking game, go throw some cash at it and help Donald get this made.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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