The game by E.McNeill already available for Gear VR and Oculus Rift, winner of a Proto Award in 2014 for the best gameplay, will soon make the leap to the world of consoles with PlayStation VR.
Company Archiact, in association with E. McNeill, creator of the game, will be responsible for bringing Darknet a PlayStation VR. The game was released in 2016 as an Oculus Rift launch title and is currently also available on Gear VR. Its first version was awarded at the first Proto Awards in 2014, before the official galas with Radeon will be held.
Players will be immersed in the darkest corners of cyberspace, having at their disposal entire networks waiting to be hacked; using viruses, bugs and other digital tools, in a race against time to collect data and conquer the immense web. “Darknet offers the kind of immersion that really makes VR feel like the innovative technology it is, and it offers smart, challenging gameplay without an expensive learning curve,” the team noted. Archiact. The new version of PSVR will include some improvements such as full audio integration for the PS4 gamepad in order to add a new layer of immersion to the experience, visual improvements to the interface and internal network nodes, and integration with PlayStation 4 trophies.