The company has released the launch trailer in which we can also see some of the multiplayer modes in action.
Following its launch last year for Rift and Vive, the space exploration adventure Detached land on PSVR, and to celebrate, Anshar Studios he has published the launch trailer in which we can see that the title may be an experience not suitable for novices of the medium, as the company states in the game tab. With this release, the title now includes (on all platforms) two modes of clash between players (with cross-platform play) and a content update that offers 30 minutes of additional playplus a new ending.
“It is an extreme VR experience that simulates movements of acceleration, free fall, twisting and sudden and dramatic rocking. Even with the frame rate of 120 fps, it is not recommended for VR-sensitive players,” they say on the game tab.
The first of the PvP modes is “Pack Extraction”, which consists of a battle to steal the charge from the enemy base and bring it to ours (like the classic capture the flag mode), and the second is “Time Trial”, a journey through a series of control points located in space.
In the single player campaign, we’ll take on the role of a space junkyard abandoned to its fate. Alone and without oxygen reserves, our mission will be to explore the sections of the station in which we find ourselves in search of supplies with which to survive.
Unlike the PC version, the PSVR version only has gamepad support. As for the language, it is entirely in English on both platforms.
We can purchase Detached for € 35.99 on PlayStation Store and€ 22.99 on Steam. Anshar has also released a traditional screen version that features a free demo.