Ever-agile VR developer Pleasure Manner introduced this week that its upcoming roguelike Useless Hook might be delayed into June, a bit of greater than a month after the beforehand introduced launched date. To satiate your urge for food within the meantime, a brand new gameplay trailer reveals extra about how the sport will play.

Pleasure Manner, the studio behind Stride and a slew of different fascinating VR video games, has launched a brand new gameplay trailer for its newest title, Useless Hook:

The trailer outlines a number of the recreation’s elementary mechanics, together with the power to shortly navigate the atmosphere by swinging round on chains like a steam-punk Spider-Man. The trailer additionally reveals how weapon upgrades will work, and teases an fascinating dual-wielding reloading mechanic that we’re curious to study extra about.

Alongside the discharge of the gameplay overview, Pleasure Manner introduced Useless Hook will now launch on June twenty ninth, a bit of greater than a month after it’s beforehand introduced Could 18th launch date.

The studio really claims it’s nonetheless on observe for the unique launch date, however delayed the sport attributable to “necessary enterprise causes, together with unexpected adjustments within the Meta launch calendar.”

Whereas there’s not a lot of a proof past that, almost certainly it’s associated to the lately introduced Meta Quest Gaming Showcase that’s occurring on June 1st.

In any case, Pleasure Manner says it’s going to use the extra time for “additional polish and ending touches, in addition to incorporating content material that was deliberate for after the discharge.”