Soft serve, a dating app developer, has announced it will release a dating game based on the hit video game series, ‘Team Fortress 2.’
The game will be available for iOS and Android.
The game is set in a world where men and women are treated equally, but only for men and for women.
In the game, the two characters meet each other on a date, and are forced to live in a virtual apartment to try to figure out their differences and find common ground.
The developer said the game will take a place in the video game universe that includes ‘Team of Rivals’ and ‘Project Gotham Racing,’ and will be “simultaneously a video game, a novel, a musical, a film, a documentary, and a television series.”
Soft serve will make the game available for free on its app store, but the developer is also asking for $20,000 in donations.
The money will go towards making the game playable on the iOS and Google Play Store.
A date in a VR headset will be the norm for the game.
“We have always tried to use VR in a creative way,” Soft serve founder Chris Wilson told the AP.
“In ‘Team, Fortress 2,’ the player has the option to choose between an avatar that they see in a video or a real person.
We will make sure that all of our characters have a human face, eyes, lips, eyebrows, hair, and hair accessories.”
The developer also said the developer was looking for people who are interested in “creative non-commercial VR projects.”
The developer has received a number of donations in recent months, including a $25,000 donation from a woman who works at the San Francisco Zoo.