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About this game
Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
Content Rating: Mature
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot brings virtual reality to the revolution against the Nazis. Paris. 1980.You’re the best hacker in town.Your mission: aid the French resistance by taking control of powerful Nazi war machines.Ram, gun down, and burn your way through the City of Love, leaving dead Nazis in your wake. Saddle up, Cyberpilot, you’re one of us now
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Wolfenstein Cyberpilot feels like a launch title for any VR unit. It tries to wow the player with the fact that they are in virtual reality with closeups and the ability to do remedial tasks with motion controls rather than creating some deep and engaging gameplay. If you are a massive Wolfenstein fan then you might be able to take some good things away from the experience, but I imagine most people will left pretty disappointed.
There is some fun to be had piloting the robots in Cyberpilot, but the mission brevity and padding really dampens the experience and steals away control right as you’re settling into a groove. There are worse ways to spend a few hours of your day, but there are much better ones too.
It’s fitting that the final segment is a tease for the Wolfenstein VR experience that should exist but doesn’t. Simply taking Wolfenstein and using its already cohesive parts but putting them in VR would have been wonderful. Instead, we get Wolfenstein Cyberpilot, a half-baked idea that doesn’t manage to squeeze out even an ounce of fun. I don’t know how being a big ol’ stompy mech to squish Nazis in VR became boring. I can only hope that Wolfenstein‘s next venture into VR turns out better.