Indie developer Bossa Studios has confirmed that its smash hit videogame, Surgeon Simulator, will be heading to the PlayStation 4. The developer confirmed as much tody at E3 2014 in Los Angeles, California. This is the announcement the studio had teased earlier in the week, though there isn’t any news as to if the title will support the Project Morpheus VR headset. The original title, Surgeon Simulator 2013, is already available on PC with support for the Oculus Rift headset.
Surgeon Simulator is a comedy title of sorts in which players are tasked with performing complex surgeries on patients, but must struggle with an unwieldy control scheme to do so. It is possible to essentially decimate patients being operated on, shattering rib cages and accidentally removing the wrong body parts. Players are then judged on their performance. The developer had previously confirmed to VRFocus that it had a VR-dedicated title in the works. Could this eventually be revealed with support for the headset?
Project Morpheus was revealed by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) back in March 2014 at the Game Developers Conference (GDC). The device has recently seen a media blow out during SCE’s E3 press conference, confirming several new games coming to it.
VRFocus will continue to follow Surgeon Simulator‘s progress going forward and report back as to it the title will support VR.