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The developer of the designed-for-VR car building and testing game, Wrench, has published an update on Steam showcasing the first multiplayer test for the software. You can clearly see the other player picture-in-picture, working away, and this is just a really cool stage of development. You can buy Wrench in Early Access.

Their text:

We have intentionally been quiet about what we are working on for the last few months. Multiplayer is nearly ready! We think co-op in Wrench is a pretty unique experience. Player to player interaction feels more meaningful than most other games and it is genuinely helpful to have another person work with you, hand you tools, or help organize tasks. It’s an extremely social experience and it adds a whole new dimension to the game and we think you all will really enjoy it.

We are moving from the beta to the main branch in early June. Our move from beta to main branch will include a first pass at our co-op multiplayer support. We will provide more details on the what else is we are working on we are ready but for now enjoy this multiplayer test footage.

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