‘Unleashed’ new VR app from a startup in search of talent to fill job openings

New VR app for iOS that lets you explore virtual worlds in search for talented developers is launching today.

The Verge’s own Ben Kuchera caught up with VR startup Unleashed, which has been working with teams in the gaming industry to build a VR version of the game Unreal Tournament.

“I’ve been on a bit of a journey in the VR space,” says Unleash founder Alex Nissen.

“In the beginning, I was looking for developers to work on games.

Then I went and found them.

Now, we are trying to find people who are passionate about VR.”

The startup has partnered with the popular VR developer Bluehole to bring the game to the Oculus Rift.

It also partnered with a former Unreal Tournament player, Ryan Hall, who now runs a game development company.

Nissnens hopes to see more people using the app in the coming months.

“There’s a huge market for developers.

There are so many of us who are very passionate about building apps for VR.

And the more VR people are in the market, the more developers will want to work with us.”

It’s a big change for VR, where the demand for developers has grown exponentially.

And while the company hasn’t had a game in its VR app since 2014, Nissens says the company is excited about what the future holds for the industry.

“The next couple of years are going to be really interesting,” he says.

“You’ll see a lot more apps come out.

There will be a lot of different VR apps coming out, a lot less of the big companies trying to keep their game alive.”

The app is free to download, and you can find more information on its website.