During E3 2014 in June Bossa Studios announced that it would be bringing its hit videogame Surgeon Simulator to the PlayStation 4 with support for the Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). The developer is yet to show much of the title in action, although has this week teased the port somewhat with the release of a new video showcasing a surreal glitch in the PlayStation 4 video.
The video, dubbed Blame Thrower, shows off Bossa Studios itself working on the project, with a strange glitch appearing when one developer users the circle button on the DualShock 4. Interestingly, at 0:33, the Project Morpheus VR headset can be seen sitting on one of the developer’s desks, resting with two PlayStation Move motion controllers. The developer has also previously said that it is trying to get the title working with PlayStation Move.
Towards the end of the video is a new logo for the videogame, labelled Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition. Currently the developer hasn’t commented on if this is the version of Surgeon Simulator that will be released on PlayStation 4 and what this might mean for any possible extra content. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress going forward, reporting back with any further updates.
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