Will of the Sea

Virtuous Reality Studio

This innovative virtual reality game consists of a multilayer couch co-op system where players can verse a Deity in the battle of a lifetime.

Set in an icy region of the world in the future where oil reserves in the middle east have run dry, and the last reserves are deep under the Arctic.

The non-VR players aka the boats are sent by the company to retrieve the barrels spread throughout the sea.

They only have one job, an easy one their employers believe, collect the barrels and drop them at the oil rigs.

But unknown to the companies and the captains alike, the drilling has awoken an ancient protector of the seas.

Towering tall and mighty, this Deity is prepared to do whatever it takes to preserve the purity of his seas and keep the humans at bay.

As the skies fall down from above, the protector uses it to his advantage to destroy ships, freeze boats with his ice bow and freeze the oil the humans hold so dear.

They are most definitely doomed now that they've awakened the monster from his tomb hiding in shadow and dodging meteors their only option.

The reckoning of the God has come forth, flee the seas, or be destroyed by force.

Devlog 30: Dev Interview with Kennedy Kan

Hey everyone! Welcome back to another dev interview! Today we are here with Kennedy Kan. 

Catherine: Why don't we start with you introducing yourself?

Kennedy: I'm Kennedy, an asset modeler and I'm also the particle guy on the team.

C: So we've interviewed asset modelors before but not someone that does particles. Do you want to explain a bit about what goes into creating a particle?

K: For particles, you have to do both realistic and fantasy. For realistic ones you start with research about what you would see in real life. For fantasy ones you normally do a bit of research but mostly what you imagine in your head. After you gather research you have to study the research a lot and continually adjust the particle to match. Testing is key. Details of natural elements are important like fire and water because they change over time, so those little details bring it together.

C: What do you like doing more, modelling or particles?

K: I prefer modelling, but doing something that merges them both at the same time interests me the most. Particles help to bring models to life.

C: What are some of the challenges you've encountered creating particles for VR?

K: Optimize. That is the biggest challenge ever. We have some coding shortcomings too on this project as far as particles go because we don't have a tech artist who specializes on writing the code for them.

C: What is your dream job after you graduate?

K: I would like to be an environment artist.

C: What is your favorite thing about VR?

K: It reaches the reason why I chose game design, because my reason to study game design is too create a work that I can touch but isn't real, and capture the moments important to your life.

C: What are your hobbies outside of working on this project?

K: Interior design for my photography studio, World of Tanks, and military stuff.

C: Anything else you'd like to say?

K: We're on the right track and this project will blossom into some amazing metaphor.


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