Fast Travel Games Unveils Hand Tracking 2.0 for VR Title Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game

Fast Travel Games today announced that its upcoming VR action roguelite, Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game, will support Hand Tracking 2.0 at launch. The VR publisher also shared more details for several of its upcoming titles, including Guardians Frontline, EVERSLAUGHT Invasion, We Are One, and Broken Edge.Get a glimpse of Hand Tracking 2.0 in Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game: https://youtu.be/WzPqA7G5WLo


Fast Travel Games Unveils Hand Tracking 2.0 for VR Title Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game

With Hand Tracking 2.0 in Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game, spaceship captains can quickly access menus with the turn of a hand, easily move about the galaxy by dragging space around them, and strategically aim at an object to interact. Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game is set in Paradox Interactive’s hit galactic universe and tasks players with setting out in search of the enigmatic Ghost Signal. The title is set to launch in early 2023 for Meta Quest 2.


The following information was also unveiled:

  • Guardians Frontline: Create custom maps and share them with the community when the game launches in early 2023 for Meta Quest 2 and SteamVR.
  • EVERSLAUGHT Invasion: A first look at the Progression System in this FPS co-op game that launches in early 2023 for Meta Quest 2.
  • We Are One: Explore the Forest level and utilize the Slingshot tool when the puzzle shooter We Are One launches in 2023 for Meta Quest 2 and SteamVR.
  • Broken Edge: Enter the arena with the Viking, the new fighter joining the game’s lineup of iconic characters, in early 2023. Broken Edge is now available on Meta Quest 2 and SteamVR.

Visit Fast Travel Games’ official website to access each game’s social media platforms and additional assets.
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