The Polyarc platformer adds a fourth viewer to the list of compatible players and offers new control options for Vive users.
Moss has received an update on Steam that adds official support for compatible viewers Windows Mixed Reality. A move that they communicate that comes after having been reading the comments on Steam and understanding that there is a great demand for compatibility.
The update also adjusts the size of the social screen (the mirror on the monitor) and offers two control schemes for Vive users, so they can choose between touching the trackpad or pressing it to move Quill. In addition, we can choose between the default attack/jump design on each side of the trackpad or put dedicated buttons for these actions (top menu button to attack and touch zone to jump).
Polyarc has also announced that the moss soundtrack (11 tracks and more than 57 minutes long) arrives on August 3 in both digital and physical format. All those who have the game will be able to download it for free from their corresponding store until August 17 (On Steam and PlayStation Store you will have to look for the DLC, while in the other stores they will send the download code by email). Once the free period ends, a game pack + soundtrack will be available.