Oh yeah I forgot about the 22p (lol) shame about the price of chomps though (shock)
Oculus store has the same policy (and is slightly cheaper to buy in the first place) (y)
I did exactly the same. The visuals are not bad if a little static but the gameplay is woeful and nothing to do with stuff needing updating. The voiceovers/acting was really bad, it reminded me a lot of watching a really low budget 80’s sitcom. It was almost as if EA gave this project to a new intern as a learning project. If you do buy this get it on steam so you can apply for the refund and remember to set an alarm so you stay under the two hour play limit. The tutorial will take up a hefty portion of that time so be aware.
In all honesty they should have sold it in two different packages, single player and online, say £25 for the single player and £20 for online which would see both reduced to £20/£15 respectively here. That way they could have had a cheap online version which would appeal to the competitive online shooter gamers and a decent price for the fairly flawed missions. By the time it comes out on the Quest it'll be around £20 on PCVR and at that point I'll buy in for some online competitive shooter competition with the Quest native players if it's cross-play. This is still a decent deal for anyone who can't wait.
I refunded it after playing little under 2 hours. Updates can't fix what's wrong with it.