Exo One sci-fi adventure game features gravity mechanic


PlayStation gamers might be interested in a new one sci-fi adventure game called ExoOne which will launch on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 this summer. Designed to take full advantage of the haptics of the DualSense controller, the indie game development created by explanatory started five years ago with a relatively simple idea about using gravity as a mechanism of motion. Check out the trailer below for more gameplay, graphics, and movement.

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In Exo One, you’ll embark on a journey beyond the solar system, discovering everything from terrestrial deserts to dreamy gas giants as the pilot of an alien probe. Glide and roll across the landscape, controlling gravity itself to reach colossal speeds and exhilarating heights. Inspired by my love for science fiction cinema and games that moved me emotionally. I’m super excited to see it find a new audience and reach new technical heights with this PS5 port.

“You’ll ride thermal updrafts in boiling cloud formations, swoop down hills and take off from mountain peaks, all while drifting towards the glowing blue beam on the horizon. I designed this game as a sort of meditative focus on There’s no timer measuring your progress, monsters or enemies to fight, it’s really about the atmosphere and the mix of speed and stillness, like a smooth roller coaster.

PS5 gamers with high refresh rate TVs or monitors will have the ability to experience the game in the smoothest and most responsive way, thanks to the 120fps support we’ve added. We’ve also managed to add additional functionality to the DualSense wireless controller, with haptics that mirror each planet’s terrain and weather, creating a more immersive experience than ever before.

For more on the new sci-fi adventure game, head over to the official PlayStation blog by following the link below.

Source: PSBlog

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