World of Diving is an Oculus Rift-enabled online diving game that brings you an exhilarating multiplayer diving adventure, all without getting wet. World of Diving is bursting with missions and scenarios that will give you an exhilarating underwater adventure, in both its single player campaign and multiplayer modes. Track and document the peaceful marine wildlife, deal with malfunctioning and limited gear, survive real world disaster scenarios, hunt for legendary treasure, salvage shipwrecks, or explore the underwater paradise at your own leisure.
World Of Diving Key Features
An Otherworldly Journey – Starting out in the Caribbean, you will be able to explore a huge hidden underwater world. Visit eerie underwater caverns, discover and salvage sunken ships, and more.
Living Underwater World – Explore the beauty of the undersea natural world as never before. Update your Ocean-o-pedia with myriad marine wildlife, from peaceful anemones to the impending great white shark!
Explore Alone Or Together – World of Diving invites you to dive with friends, or to explore the world alone. Whether you want to simply see wildlife or hunt sunken treasure, you can do it alone or with friends.
Active Community – Enter a game where you design, create and share your own content, and where what you do influences development of new features. Your positive activity is rewarded with unique content and special privileges.
- CPU:Dual Core
- RAM:2 GB RAM
- HDD:7 GB available space
- Video:Pixel Shader 3.0 Compatible
World of Diving Bismarck Update
Indie developer Vertigo Games brings World War II themed update to its co-op multiplayer game, World of Diving.
Explore the Deep Sea in World of Diving
Dutch Independent developer Vertigo Games has launched an update for the Rift-enable underwater exploration game called World of Diving.
World of Diving Easter Event Announced
World of Diving is having an Easter egg hunt!
World of Diving is Playable With Oculus Rift or Standard Monitor; Stage 0 Introduced
World of Diving invites players to take a look at their first underwater level called Stage 0!