The teaser reveals that the project aims for a 2019 release and is promised to be a 'first-combat combat experience'. In a video dedicated to the developing project Respawn claims it wants to present being a soldier and fighting as one 'in a more fully fleshed out and realistic way'. Speaking of the chosen format, Vince Zampella, CEO and co-founder of the studio, says that VR is a technology that will make this experience more personal and intense due to being 'more visceral, more terrifying'.
Given that Oculus is working on a stand-alone and less restricting headset, this collaboration may produce a more dynamic and movement-tethered VR experience. The documentary footage may suggest that, unlike Titanfall, this game will be inspired by a real conflict or war.
You can watch the announcement video below.