FourFourtwo: New VR architecture from FourFourEight

FourFour, the creators of the popular first-person virtual reality (VR) game The Witness, is now offering a new architecture for its first-ever VR experience.

The Witness VR experience uses a new design approach to provide an immersive experience in the game’s world.

FourFour’s new architecture is based on the work of former Oculus VR CEO Brendan Iribe, the architect behind the world’s first VR-centric office building, The Eiffel Tower.

In addition to the building, the architecture for The Witness VR has been modified for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

In addition to a new physical floor space for the VR experience, the new architecture provides a new virtual wall that blends seamlessly into the environment, and a new, larger window for the player to explore the new virtual world.

The new architecture uses the new Oculus Rift DK2 headset, which was designed to be compatible with the Rift and Vive, as well as the HTC Vive’s Touch controllers.

It was originally unveiled during a demonstration at E3 2017.

Iribe and FourFour are working on a new VR game to be released in 2020.

FourTwo did not comment on whether the VR architecture would be a new game or not.VRFocus will continue to follow FourFour as it continues to reveal the latest and greatest in the VR industry.