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Per Aspera VR Terraforms Mars on Meta Quest 2

Global publisher Raw Fury and indie developer Tlön Industries have released Per Aspera VR, their planetary base building game, on Meta Quest 2.

In the game, players take control of AMI, the world’s most sophisticated AI. With this powerful tool, players will transform the barren landscape of Mars into a luscious paradise. During the process, players may run into a few ancient secrets.

Previously in December 2020, Per Aspera launched on PC. Since release, the game has seen both paid and free DLC releases including the most recent free Home update.

The VR release features a variety of post-launch content from the original game. This release includes elements of the Green Mars update, which introduced flora and fauna, along with additional quests technologies, buildings, and achievements.

Per Aspera VR is available as a digital download on Meta Quest 2 via the Meta Quest Store for $24.99/£18.99/€24.99. Per Aspera is also available on PC via Humble Bundle, Steam, and for $29.99. A Deluxe Edition is also available that includes the separately purchasable Original Soundtrack, Audiobook and The Art of Per Aspera.

For more information follow @PerAsperaGame on Twitter or visit the game’s website at

Per Aspera VR Launch Trailer | Raw Fury

Raw Fury (@RawFury Twitter, @rawfury Facebook, YouTube) is an indie publisher based in Sweden that focuses more on experience and emotions in a game over genre and mechanics. The publisher in 2019 founded the Zagreb, Croatia based Fury Studios which now has nearly twenty employees working on multiple projects that include West of Dead and the Kingdom franchise.

Tlön Industries (@TlonIndustries Twitter, Facebook) is a Buenos Aires, Argentina based independent video game studio. The ten plus member team was founded by three industry veterans with development experience on Master of Orion, Okhlos, and Command & Conquer.

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