Upcoming first-person puzzle title Mind: Path to Thalamus has successfully passed its Steam Greenlight campaign. The title will now be sold through Valve’s popular digital storefront come release. Developer Carlos Coronado has previously said that he is planning to bring the title to the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset and potentially the Project Morpheus VR headset to PlayStation 4.
Mind: Path to Thalamus sees players solving puzzles and exploring surreal environments. The developer recently reassured that the title wouldn’t simply be another ‘walking simulator’ and was a puzzle experience first and foremost. Puzzles involve adapting weather from day to night as well as adding more or less fog and rain to environments. It is a spiritual successor to the developer’s unreleased previous project, COMA.
Support for VR headsets is yet to be officially confirmed, although Coronado has said that Oculus Rift support is ‘definitely a milestone’. The title is aiming to release in the third quarter of 2014. VRFocus will continue to follow the development of Mind: Path to Thalamus and bring you all the latest.