OrbusVR: Reborn is a ground-up rework of OrbusVR, the only MMORPG designed exclusively for room-scale virtual reality. It includes a re-imagining of the original game, with gorgeous hand-painted visuals, new enemies, new dungeons and raids, new classes, and much more.
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Release Date:
Apr 23, 2019

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June 18

Patch 10.905 is live!

Here are the patch notes for this morning's update.

  • The adds on Boss 2 of the Raid have had their health and damage decreased a bit.
  • The amount of time given to complete Boss 3 before the enrage has been increased from 5 minutes to 6 minutes.
  • Fixed a bug which was causing stats not to show up in along the left-hand side in the inventory screen of new players.
  • When the Trickster Goblin dies, a Public Event beam will now appear at the location where it died for 2 minutes.
  • When entering a zone (e.g. logging in or teleporting in), you will now have a 5 second invulnerability during which time you cannot attack or be attacked by anyone with PvP enabled (assuming you yourself have PvP enabled as well).
  • Trickster Goblin token carriers can now be attacked in safe zones by other players even if that other player is themselves in the safe zone.
  • The Trickster Goblin will now spawn every 4 hours (instead of 6.5).
  • The Paladin’s protection shield will no longer show up in the the Transmog station.
  • Fixed Public Event zone circles showing up opposite of what they should be.
  • The amount of XP received when using the Grinding Tool has been significantly increased and is now a total of 40,000 XP for a full Level 1-5 charge.
  • When utilizing the Grinding Device, when an eligible creature is killed nearby, you will now see a visual effect showing that the grinding device received the essence. This should make it easier to tell when you are killing the correct creatures for the level you are charging the device.
  • The Scoundrel’s non-PvP base damage has been increased by 10%.
  • The Warrior’s shield recharge time has been restored to 10 seconds. The Paladin’s anti-tankbuster mechanic cooldown has been changed to 12 seconds. Tankbuster mechanics have been re-balanced to accommodate.
  • Fixed a bug which could cause the Scoundrel’s card deck to become un-grabbable in some circumstances.
  • Pet crates will now show up correctly on the Auction House.

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June 11

Patch 10.90 - Bringing Back The Overworld & Raid Beta Patch Notes!

Hey folks, huge update today, we're excited for you to get your hands on all the new content.

Overworld Quests

- More than 15 new quests have been added to the Overworld, including the Explorer’s League Output quest chain, as well as side quests involving the Brotherhood and more.
- These quest lines are tied into the Main Story via Randel, and grant XP and another way for new and existing players to level up their characters.
- The Explorer’s League Outpost quests will lead to actual changes to the world including new Apprentice Smith vendors available in the Overworld.
- Additional steps to the Explorer’s League questlines will be added in future patches.

Great Recombinant Introspective Never Dull Ingenious New Gathering (GRINDING) Device

- The GRINDING device can be acquired from the “G.R.I.N.D.I.N.G Inventor” located in the Odd’s and End’s shop in Highsteppe.
- The device can be deployed onto the ground. Once deployed, it will absorb essence from nearby monsters which you kill, storing up both XP and loot rolls based on the monsters’ loot table. Note that it will only function in the Overworld.
- After a certain number of monsters are killed, you will level up the device, receiving a bonus chest of extra loot rolls from the monster, as well as loot rolls unique to the device, such as transmog styles and a mount.
- Note that as the device reaches higher levels, you will receive a higher chance of getting these unique rolls. You will also receive larger bonuses of XP. In exchange, the device can only be charged at higher levels by defeating higher-level monsters (based on the monster’s absolute level). Therefore you will need to go to some of the farthest reaches of the Overworld if you want to fully charge your device.
- After the device has been fully charged past Level 5, it will reset to Level 1 so you can begin the process over again.
- The unique rewards for the device are all either tradable or come in crates which can be traded until they are opened, which means these are great medium- and very-rare items which can be sold or traded to other players.

Trickster Goblins

- Trickster Goblins will spawn every 8-10 hours in a random overworld zone. A notice is sent to all players on the server when this occurs.
- Trickster Goblins can only be damaged by players with World PvP Enabled. When they are killed, they will drop a chest which can only be looted by players with World PvP Enabled, which contains one or more Trickster Goblin Tokens.
- These tokens are not soulbound, and therefore will drop if you are killed with PvP Enabled.
- If you are in possession of one of these tokens, you are unable to use Mage Portals or Teleport Pillars, Safe Zones will not protect you nor let you trade with other players, and you will have to wait 10 minutes to logout of the game.
- These tokens can be safely stashed in your Player House until you acquire enough of them to make purchases at the Trickster Goblin vendor in Highsteppe, to receive unique items such as transmog styles and a mount.

Other Player VFX

- A new setting has been added to the Player Menu which allows you to control whether or not you will see other player’s VFX by class type.
- In addition, if you mute a specific player, you will now no longer see their VFX.


- The throw distance of physical objects (e.g. Shaman Orbs, Musketeer Turret, etc.) has been increased by approximately 30%.
- Decurse (on all classes) will now prioritize Bleed-type effects (which deal damage over time) first.
- The dram cap has been increased to 5 million.
- Muting a player should now work more reliably.
- Legendary Weapon styles have now correctly been added to the game and existing weapons with these skins have been updated accordingly.
- The turning feature for locomotion has been improved; now when you use the snap or smooth turn and you are not in the center of your playspace, you will rotate around that point. This should make using the turning when not centered feel much better!
- Status effect icons will now stack together and display a number of total active effects when the status effects are the same and the durations are either longer than 2 minutes, or the expiration time is within 1 second of each other.
- Additional dye drops have been added to many places in the world, check out this post for more info.

Raid Beta

- The Ruins of Guild City Raid Beta is now available to play!
- This is a 10-person Raid designed with challenging mechanics.
- During the Beta, you access the raid exclusively by using the Queue system in the social menu (the same way you queue for a dungeon).
- During the Beta, nothing you do will be saved in the Raid Instance. Also, trash mobs have been removed since we are mostly concerned with testing boss mechanics at this time.

Raid Loot
- The Raid Loot system this time around utilizes a token system for each slot of armor. A new vendor will be added to Highsteppe which requires tokens (ranging from 5-8 tokens per piece) to buy items.
- For example, the first Raid Boss will drop only gloves, and also only glove tokens. You will get one guaranteed token as well as a chance at a natural drop with each eligible kill. You can do one eligible kill per week. Therefore, you are guaranteed to get a glove roll after 5 weeks of kills even if you get no natural drops due to the raid tokens system.
- Natural drops in the Raid are tradable with other party members until you leave the instance (including rare drops such as pets and mounts). Tokens are not tradable.
- Non-equipment drops (such as dyes, pets, and mount) can be farmed as many times as you want per week.
- Each piece of gear is class-specific, but the tokens can be earned on any class, and when purchasing the item from the vendor, you will receive the item for the token’s slot for whatever class is currently active (useful for gearing up alt classes).

Raid Tuning
- The Normal Mode Raid features difficult mechanics which will need to be mastered to complete the Raid. From a damage and health standpoint, the bosses scale up to be approximately as hard (by the last boss) as a low-level Shard Dungeon.
- Our goal with the Normal Raid Tuning is to present a challenge to the community that will be mastered over time to allow pick-up-groups to complete the raid. Therefore, we anticipate that veteran groups will be able to complete the Raid without too much trouble once the mechanics are learned. However, please feel free to give feedback on the tuning and let us know if we’re hitting the correct mark.

Class Balance


- The base damage of Ranger shots has been increased by approximately 15%.
- The damage bonus of Ranger globes has been increased from 14% to 15% per globe.
- The damage of Ranger’s Power Shot has been increased by approximately 10%.


- The Paladin’s anti-tankbuster mechanic (known now as “Light’s Defense”) is now activated by raising the off-hand into the air. You will see a transparent shield appear in your vision while it is active. It lasts for 1.5 seconds. During this time, the Paladin will reduce all damage taken by 99% regardless of how much energy is absorbed by their hammer. The cooldown on this ability is now 12 seconds.
- The Plea talent which was previously activated by raising the hand into the air is now activated by holding the hand at a 90-degree angle to the body, like charging a sword for the Warrior.


- The damage of the Shaman’s Lava Totem has been increased by 20%.
- The bonus damage of Shaman Weakness when applied to targets has been increased by 10%.


- The Warrior’s shield now regenerates in 12 seconds instead of 10 seconds.


- The base damage of Scoundrel shots has been reduced by approximately 10%.
- In addition to this, approximately 15% of the damage from Scoundrel shots has been moved from base bullet damage to damage that can be gained through the Showin’ Off buff.
- The formula for determining the rank of the Showin’ Off buff has been modified, such that you can now shoot from a closer distance, or use less curve. You can also make up the difference of one or the other to some degree (e.g. firing from a farther distance will now let you use less curve, or firing with more curve from a closer distance). This should make it more useful to gain the Rank 4 and 5 buffs in more situations.


- Added a charged shot (1.5s trigger hold to charge) that interrupts the opponent
- Reduced cooldown on Cure Wounds to 12s

Weakness Orb
- Affected creature takes 5% increased damage from all sources
- Affected creature takes 20% increased damage from Musketeer
- Reduced cooldown on Weakness to 6s

- Frost Orb has been replaced with Impact Orb

Impact Orb
- Does a large amount of damage to a single target
- Splits damage among all targets in affected area
- Does 50% increased damage in combination with Weakness
- 10s cooldown

- Gravity Orb now slows all affected enemies in addition to its normal effects
- Reduced cooldown on Decurse to 4s
- Total Recall is now an innate Musketeer ability
- Empowered Turret is now an innate Musketeer ability
- Lifewell is now a permanent ability attached to the avatar’s body

Tier three musketeer talents have been replaced

- Curative Shield: Your shield orb now does a small amount of healing immediately
- Explosive Shield: Your shield orb will now explode, dealing a small amount of damage to enemies within 4 meters

The Empowered Turret talent has been replaced

- Charged orb: Hitting an enemy with an orb fired from a charged shot will increase the orb’s range

- Renew has been buffed

Thanks, and we'll see you in game!

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“...I can assure you that there is not a game out there for VR right now that gives you more bang for your buck than OrbusVR.”
The VReviewer

“Products like OrbusVR are positioned to break ground in the VRMMO genre, and hopefully help convince fence-sitters that the tech is real, and it’s pretty damn amazing.”

About This Game

OrbusVR: Reborn is a ground-up rework of OrbusVR, which was originally released into Early Access December 2017. OrbusVR is the only MMORPG designed exclusively for room-scale virtual reality. It features everything you love about an MMO: a huge open world, over a hundred hours of quests following an intriguing story, interesting lore and characters, dragon pets, five-player group dungeons, world bosses, voice chat, player trading, fishing and crafting, and more! Plus you'll be part of a world brimming with thousands of other players.

  • 100+ hours of content, including new weekly missions in addition to Main Story quests
  • 8 unique classes: Ranger, Musketeer, Warrior, Runemage, Shaman, Paladin, Bard and Scoundrel
  • NEW dynamic scaling system, allowing veteran and new players to quest together
  • 4 major five-person dungeons, each with unique enemies and bosses with interesting mechanics
  • Improved monster AI for more challenging combat
  • Revamped open world PvP and NEW Battlegrounds
  • In-game voice chat, dungeon finder, fellowships, private messaging, and other socialization features to keep you connected to the world
  • Dedicated collaborative development process with a hands-on development team that cares about your feedback
  • Dragon pets, cosmetic capes, achievements, and much more!

Buy Once, Play Forever
OrbusVR does not have a required monthly subscription fee! Once you've bought the game, you are able to play it as much as you'd like without paying us another dime. We don't have any "Pay 2 Win" in-app purchases or loot boxes, either. Ongoing revenue is provided via an in-game cosmetic with items such as mounts and cosmetic pets for sale. Our ongoing business strategy is to release yearly expansion packs that will cost an additional fee to unlock that new content, similar to other "Buy to Play" MMOs.

The combat of OrbusVR has been designed from the beginning to take advantage of room-scale VR. That means instead of just mashing buttons on an ability bar, you actually have to hone your physical skill to become more effective at combat.

For example, there's no tab-targetting for Rangers, who have to actually aim and hit targets with their bow. And for the Runemage, your ablity to cast spells is determined by how quickly and precisely you can draw the ancient symbols of runespeak. Whether you're looking for an up-close-and-personal, physically demanding melee role, or a more planned-out approach to combat via the musketeer's orbs, you'll find that combat in OrbusVR is unlike any other MMO you've ever played.

When you're ready to put down your sword for the day, you've got some great options available to kick back and relax. Fishing is a great way to pass the time and earn a little dram while you're at it. Just pull up a chair and see what fish are biting at Kingsport Lake. Maybe you'll break your record?

When you finish with that, you can enjoy your own personal Player House, where you can craft potions and age them in your cellar, patiently waiting for the right moment to use (or sell) them. Finally, be sure to spend some time enjoying the company of your pet dragon, who's always interested in what treats you might have for them to munch on.

VR Support From the Beginning

OrbusVR has been designed from the ground-up for desktop VR systems. As such we have full support for 180-degree (front facing) and 360-degree tracking setups. We've also got all kinds of great options for locomotion, including Teleport and Sliding, as well as the ability to customize your forward direction, smooth and snap turning, and even dual-joystick support for strafe/move and turn at the same time!

Note that for the absolute best experience, we do recommend a 360-degree tracking setup.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4950 or AMD FX 8350
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i7
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1080 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 4 GB available space

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