A zero gravity survival adventure set on an abandoned space station in a galaxy far away.
Anshar Detached again suffers a second delay due to Sony’s certification process. This time it will be only a few days, as it will finally arrive on PSVR next week: Tuesday 24 july.
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Anshar Studios he has communicated that his space game Detached it will arrive later than expected to PSVR: the 19 july, which means two weeks late from your previously announced date. The company notes that it is not because they need more time to improve the PSVR version, but that they have been focused on certification and have not been able to make the necessary requests for distribution on PlayStation Store in time. Therefore, they apologize for the unforeseen and appreciate the understanding.
On the same day, the Steam version will also receive an update so that users with a traditional screen can play the title, as well as cross-platform play to enjoy the showdown mode with players from any viewer.
ORIGINAL NEWS (10/05/2018):
The space survival game Detached of Anshar Studios, which is available for Rift and Vive, will land on PSVR the 5 july. Taking the role of a space junkyard, we will find ourselves alone and without oxygen and gasoline reserves in an abandoned space station, so to survive, we will have to explore the rest of the sections of the station, something that will lead us to solve puzzles to open locks, locate energy cores and deactivate transmitters.
“This journey into the unknown also gives you the opportunity to admire the beauty of the cosmos, which will be right under your nose with the VR viewer. You’ll be amazed the first time you leave the station and experience zero gravity in all its glory. You will feel like a speck of dust drifting in the vastness of space,” says Jakub Kwinta of Anshar Studios.
With the EVA space suit, we’ll have a range of advanced features at our fingertips, such as remotely piloted missiles, a shield, and an impulse method to move in zero gravity. In addition to the single player campaign, it also includes two multiplayer modes: Extraction and Time Trial. The first is the classic way to capture the flag, but using a package, and the second is a tour through a series of checkpoints.
Those able to withstand any kind of movement can enjoy the simulation mode (hardcore) offered by the title. The company has shared that the game will have gamepad support, but they do not mention motion controllers, which are available on the PC version.
On July 5, Rift and Vive users will also receive an update with improvements and new content, which the team says will offer “another part of its exciting gameplay, and even more opportunities to test our strength in PvP mode.”
The PSVR version will cost € 24.99, and will not be in Spanish.