Developer Carlos Coronado has confirmed that he is planning to bring his project Mind: Path to Thalamus to the Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset on PlayStation 4 as well as the Oculus Rift VR headset on PC. The project, which is described as a first-person puzzler, launched a Steam Greenlight campaign earlier this week, with the developer confirming plans for VR support in an update today. A trailer for the title can be seen below.
“YES, I am planning to bring this game to Oculus Rift and also project Morpheus,” Coronado wrote. “Not only that. I think this game will be perfect for the occulus because the gameplay is not fast or requieres high flash skills or accuracy in your movement. I am eager to get an occulus rift and test this. The engine is Unreal Engine 3, witch has fully integrated support for Oculus so yep, it is definitely a milestone.”
Coronado has taken after Project CARS developer Slight Mad Studios in making this announcement himself. The title is yet to be officially confirmed for PlayStation 4.
Mind: Path to Thalamus has players exploring surreal environments in which players manipulate elements to progress. You can switch between day and night as well as altering time to solve different puzzles. It is a spiritual successor to the developer’s unreleased previous project, COMA. It’s due to release in the third quarter of 2014. VRFocus will continue to follow the project’s progress and report back with all the latest.