Compared to the main games, Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR may not be as good, but if evaluated in terms of VR games, the game is quite good.
Many gamers, including me, still think that Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR is just a stepping stone for the main games, but after trying it, you can see that the game really brings a very good feeling.
Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR will allow you to take turns playing the role of three legendary assassins, Ezio Auditore (AC II), Kassandra (AC Odyssey), and finally Connor (AC 3) on a journey to stop Stop the Templar organization in the past and Abstergo in the present from carrying out their plot to control humanity. Whether you have ever controlled these three characters before or not, when entering this game you will have new Assassin-style experiences from high-speed Parkour runs and fiery battles. And of course, there’s the indispensable stealth missions.
As soon as entering Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR, fans will almost immediately know everything from the weapons that each character uses. How you can hide and sneak behind the enemy and then use the famous Hidden Blade to finish off the enemy. If you are accidentally discovered, you can use other toys such as daggers, bows, swords, bombs and smoke bombs to throw at the enemy to gain an advantage in combat. The operations are also easy and simple, as you just need to bend down to enter stealth mode, and with Hidden Blade, you just need to thrust your hand forward and you’re done. Of course there are still some exceptions like with Ezio, this guy has 2 Hidden Blades so you can freely swing both hands to defeat enemies.
Similar to other virtual reality games, Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR will let you choose between two ways of moving: one is to use instant teleportation, the other is to control moving freely between points. If you are a person who easily gets seasick or has a weak vestibule, I would encourage you to choose the first method of transportation so that the control becomes more accurate and climbing is also somewhat simpler for you. .
The combat system in the game is also made very simple and, according to Game4V’s personal opinion, quite attractive. Similar to regular Assassin’s Creed games in Nexus VR, you have to make good use of the Parry and dodge mechanism. At this time, besides the ability to reflect, you also need to time it a bit properly. Because some of the enemy’s attacks require you to bend down to dodge, if done successfully, his flank will be exposed to create an opportunity for you to perform attacks. Saying that doesn’t mean I support you guys describing conflicts everywhere. As a legendary assassin, you always have better, less dangerous options to defeat your enemies smoothly. Actually, in addition to Hidden Blade, which requires you to get close, we have daggers, or after Kassandra unlocks the bow, this is a wise choice if you need to keep your distance to take down enemies smoothly. , of course this weapon also has a weakness: you cannot hide the enemy’s body.
In terms of images, compared to other VR games, Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR is done quite well with character models made with quite high detail compared to the general level. The lighting and sound effects are not really outstanding, but after all, this is a VR game so how can you ask for much, right? Actually, the game is enough to satisfy your curiosity about what it will be like when you sit on the gene access machines and that is more than enough.
That’s not to say that Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR has absolutely no weaknesses, on the contrary, some aspects of the game also need improvement. Typically, when unlocking, having to control the game will make gamers feel uncomfortable. Occasionally you will also see some image errors but they do not affect the game play too much so I temporarily ignore this part. If you own a set of VR glasses, I think besides Half Life Alyx, Sniper Elite, The Walking Dead, this is another bright choice for your entertainment.