PSVR Game Moss Premieres 14 Minutes of Gameplay
The PlayStation Blog has premiered a new video of the upcoming PSVR adventure ‘Moss,’ in which we get to see plenty of gameplay footage explaining the mechanics of this very particular title for the virtual reality platform. In Moss, players help a little mouse called Quill to go through each stage and solve the numerous puzzles that she’ll find in her way. The game helps breaking the routine of horror and action games which populate the majority of the catalogue of VR platforms, representing a very unique gaming propositions apt for players of all ages.
The interaction with everything that happens on screen is one of the most important features in the game, and it includes moving objects, healing allies, and alter the scenarios in order to succeed in battles. The interaction between the player and Quill is vital to succeed in every situation, with the little mouse even communicating through sign language. In fact, the positive response to the game after it was presented at E3 2017 pushed the studio to find more ways to interact with the little hero, like simply waving at her with the controller.
And Polyarc is even seeking to expand the game’s presence in other environments, allowing to download wallpapers for mobile and desktop, and even a special Sticker pack for iOS, all from Polyarc’s website.
Moss is expected to launch in 2018. Watch the gameplay video below.