Ghosts of Tabor celebrated a milestone achievement with developers saying they’ve reached 100k players across PC VR and Quest.
Available now in early access, Ghosts of Tabor is an extraction-based VR FPS survival game with PvP and PvE modes. Inspired by Escape from Tarkov and DayZ, you’re tasked with scavenging for loot, finding food, gear and weapons, with crafting and more available across different scenarios. Despite limited visibility on Quest’s App Lab, Ghosts of Tabor reached a milestone 100,000 players, and developer Combat Waffle Studios released a video thanking the community.
It’s unclear how Combat Waffle Studios is assessing this figure, which could be tallied by individual accounts or unique sales. We’ve reached out to ask the developer directly and will update this article if we learn more. Even still, it’s clear that Ghosts of Tabor is finding a significant audience. Steam lists a ‘mostly positive’ at over 2k user reviews, while the App Lab page lists 2.3k reviews.
Ghosts of Tabor is available now on Quest via App Lab and PC VR for $19.99. Combat Waffle states it will remain in Early Access “until all major features are implemented, including the ones the community thinks are crucial,” while the official website confirms plans for PSVR 2 and Pico versions.