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The Copper Canyon Shoot Out
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Howdy partners, Do you feel you’re missing out on all the authentic futuristic Old West robot shooting action? Then look no further! The Copper Canyon Shoot-Out is a frantic, fast paced VR shooter set in a Wild West themed world overrun by robots. You find yourself outnumbered and outgunned against an invasion of corrupted enforcement machines. You must fight your way through the Copper Canyon to rid it of this evil robot horde! The Copper Canyon Shoot-Out has been developed by Black Dragon Studios in Unreal Engine 4 for VR, and supports both Vive and Oculus. Features: - Multiple paths through three unique environments - the Town, a Desert Canyon and Crystal Power Mines. - Shoot enemies to pieces! - Dual wield weapons. - A scoreboard! Yes! Achievements! Wow! - Ambiguous and unlikely placeholder hero (you). - Old timey western soundtrack. - Guns which go bang!
This build contains minor bug fixes, auto graphical settings on the first use, an update to the Unreal Engine 4.21 to solve a rendering issue on AMD hardware, and some minor graphical corrections too.