It appears the budget is being slashed again. VR stealth game Budget Cuts is often considered one of the best of the early batch, and now its sequel has a release date. You'll be able to grab Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency on December 12th, 2019.
Originally announced back in June, Budget Cuts 2 puts you in the role of a man sneaking through a world of robots. Thankfully, he has a portal maker that lets him get around. Both opening up portals for him to look through and giving him a way to travel by stepping through the portals, Budget Cuts 2 sees you getting around and taking on the robots. Of course, you will be armed, as you have a bow and arrow and some throwing knives to assist you. Also, you can just always grab something in the environment and beat a robot to death with it. There's no law against that. The trailer sees the character killing some robots on a rooftop and then disposing of their bodies by just throwing them down to street level. Another scene saw the player engaging in a fistfight with a robot on top of a train, which is where most spies tend to have fistfights anyway.
Budget Cuts 2 is being developed by Neat Corporation, the developer of the original Budget Cuts. They'll also be getting some help from Fast Travel Games, who worked on VR first-person shooter Apex Construct and are currently working on VR puzzle game The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets.
Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency will be launching on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on December 12th.
Are you going to grab Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency? Need to get a VR headset first? When we cut the budget who should be the first writer we fire? Let us know in the comments below!