Little Cities, the made-for-VR city creator, has today released its ‘Big Hands in Little Cities’ update, where players can get hands-on with cutting-edge Hand Tracking 2.0 support. This first (and free!) content update gives you a new, relaxing way to play that puts city creation literally at your fingertips.
You can explore your mini-metropolis with a range of simple hand gestures, with intuitive movements for navigation, zooming in and out, and effortlessly crafting homes, shops, and services. Plus, popping bubbles on the menu system feels even more satisfying!
“We’ve always been excited by the many ways that VR allows us to innovate and create immersive game design,” said James Howard, co-founder of developer Purple Yonder. “Naturally, we were very excited to start working on bringing hand tracking to Little Cities and we’re proud of the way that we’ve integrated it so that, whether you want to create your city with your hands or using the Quest Touch controllers, you get the same cozy, accessible and fun city creation experience.”
With this innovative update in players’ hands, the Purple Yonder team can’t wait to hear feedback from the community as they experience Hand Tracking 2.0.
Little Cities’ next content update, Pretty Little Cities, will bring fresh cosmetics to make your creations feel truly unique! Since launch, Purple Yonder have been overwhelmed and inspired by the number of suggestions from the Little Cities community and are super keen to include some of them in the next update. To accommodate this, maintain high quality and keep things sustainable for Purple Yonder’s two-person team, we’ve opted to turn it into a more substantial update in September.