Sony has announced the list of winners who will participate this year in PlayStation Games Camp, a 10-month program that will help them boost their projects.
PlayStation Games Camp it is an initiative of Sony to promote talent where every year a list of winners are selected that are distributed among the different physical venues available to the program such as Madrid, Bilbao, Seville and Valencia. The latter joined in December last year, in collaboration with the company Lanzadera to promote development in the Valencian Community. The lucky ones will enjoy free access to a physical space for 10 months, PS4 development kits, expert advice from Sony and support in communication and marketing matters to promote the title ahead of its launch.
The Madrid headquarters will have two virtual reality projects: the award-winning Intruders Hide and Seek by Tessera Studios and The Lost Explorer by Lightbox Academy, and in Seville there will be Readout by Dual Mirror Games, which also includes support. The winners of Valencia will be announced in the coming weeks, and we hope to meet more developers betting on this technology.
Description of the selected games with virtual reality:
- Intruders: Hide and Seek (Tessera Studios) is a first-person stealth game. In it we will put ourselves in the shoes of Ben, a 13-year-old boy who sees how his family is kidnapped by disturbed people.
- The Lost Explorer (Lightbox Academy) is a game based on the universe of Tadeo Jones that takes place on a lost island in the South Pacific, where our adventurer must escape from it. We will be able to explore mines, mountains, ancient temples, beaches and discover the greatest treasures of this great island.
- Readout (Dual Mirror Games) is a frenetic sci-fi shooter in which we control our own ship to defeat evil aliens attacking the Earth. We will travel with our fire superiority through various scenarios to survive the powerful Swarm.