Classic Real Time Strategy

Brass Tactics takes real-time-strategy to the next level by placing you in the middle of the action on a fantastic clockwork battlefield. Experience the thrill of directly moving and interacting with your clockwork creations: grab structures and place them on the battlefield, and direct your units with the sweep of your hand. Just when you think you’ve mastered the game, raise the stakes by teaming up with other players in co-op mode or go head to head in PvP mode. Read More


• A True RTS in VR

A true RTS for today’s players: You’ll find all the variety and depth of play you would expect from a classic RTS including melee, ranged, and flying units, upgrades and more, all designed for a twenty-five minute action-packed battle experience

• Let the Battlefield Surround you

A fantastic clockwork battlefield with handcrafted units and buildings that you move and place with a sweep of your hands (using the Oculus Touch controllers)

• Multiple Ways to Play

Brass Tactics includes a single player campaign against the AI, competitive player against a human opponent online, or 2 player co-op play against AI personalities

• Coming October 2017

Exclusive to Oculus Rift with Touch controllers, releasing October 2017

From The Blog

Introducing Brass Tactics

Hidden Path Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Mark Terrano is likely best known for his role as the Lead Designer at Ensemble Studios on the real time strategy (RTS) game - Age of Empires II.

Game Recognition

"Finally, VR has a legitimate RTS contender in Brass Tactics" - Ars Technica

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System Requirements

Oculus Rift Head Mounted Display
Windows PC with the following equivalent or greater graphics cards: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290
CPU: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
Memory: 8GB+ RAM
OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
DirectX: Version 10 or higher
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
USB: 2x - version 3.0 ports available
Graphics card output: HDMI 1.3 video output supporting a 297MHz clock via a direct output architecture

Game Info

Exclusive to Oculus Rift with Touch controllers, releasing October 2017.