Earlier today London based indie developer Bossa Studios confirmed that its hit videogame Surgeon Simulator would be coming to PlayStation 4 in the future. A little later on it was announced by studio co-founder Imre Jele that the title would feature support for the Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset. Now the title has received a brand new trailer for the reveal, which can be seen below.
The trailer comes to just a minute in length but manages to convey Surgeon Simulator‘s unusual brand of comedic gameplay quite well. The title sees players carrying out complex operations while fighting against its unconventional control scheme. As with the PC version of the title that supports the Oculus Rift VR headset, this usually leads to breaking bones and removing vital organs by accident, or just generally making a terrible mess of proceedings.
It’s not yet known when Surgeon Simulator will launch on PlayStation 4. That said, Project Morpheus itself won’t be releasing until 2015 at the earliest, so the developer has some time to either get the title out pre-launch, given that Project Morpheus won’t be required to play the title. VRFocus will continue to follow the progress of Surgeon Simulator on PlayStation 4, bringing you the latest.