Tessera Studios continues its good streak by achieving two new awards at the PlayStation Talents, held last night in Madrid, thanks to its game Intruders: Hide and Seek that has support for virtual reality.
It’s been less than a month since the Tessera Studios team collected the award for the best university project at this year’s Fun & Serious awards, and last night they took to the stage again to collect not one, but two awards. This time a”Best game of the year” and “Best game for the press“for Intruders: Hide and Seek, a game in which we will witness how our family is kidnapped. The PlayStation Talents are an initiative of Sony to promote the development of the video game in Spain, and every year it has an awards ceremony to select the best of the different categories.
In this edition of the awards, Intruders: Hide and Seek I was not the only game nominated with support for virtual reality, as they were also among the candidates, the educational game Here be Robots Rectangular Studios, and Montrotech Operations, developed by Virtual Bandits, which puts us in charge of a peculiar space station. From Real or Virtual we congratulate all the nominees and winners, and we hope to be able to try all these new titles soon.