The Orville: Interactive Fan Experience is a fun little experience that allows you to explore the Orville in first person, use matter synthesizers,
The Orville may not be the most prestigious Sci-Fi show around and often feels like a shallow Star Trek rip-off, but it did start to come into its own towards the end of the last season. The Orville: Interactive Fan Experience gives players complete freedom to wander the titular spaceship and take in the surroundings at their own leisure.
It’s still in Alpha and there’s still a lot of features the devs want to add – including an entire NPC crew, VR support, a functional environmental simulator room (complete with Moclan Cove of Pleasure), a flyable shuttle, more locations to fly to and a selection of single-player and multiplayer game modes. There’s still a good amount of stuff to do in the current build though, with you able to create a character, play in multiplayer, shoot things, mess with the lighting, synthesize random objects in the matter synthesisers and even jump into Malloy’s seat and take it for a spin.
It’s a fun little experience that does a great job of recreating the Orville’s large, futuristic interior and has a nice amount of interactivity to keep players amused. Much like the TV show, it’s still not up to the quality of other similar Sci-Fi experiences, but it’s getting there.