Indie developer PulseTense Games is currently focused on a Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming survival horror title, Solarix. The team hopes to raise £10,000 GBP by 8th August 2014 in order to fund continued development of the title. A further stretch goal for £60,000 also promises to add support for the Oculus Rift VR headset should it reach that target. The developer also hopes to bring the title to Xbox One for a £50,000 stretch goal, but what about PlayStation 4?
VRFocus recently spoke to PulseTense Games and asked about a possible version of Solarix for Sony Computer Entertainment’s (SCE) system. According to the developer, Solarix publisher KISS is currently talking to SCE as well as Microsoft about the possible console version.
“Our publisher is in talks with Microsoft and Sony for Solarix’s console release,” Solarix told VRFocus in an interview that will be published in full later this week. “It is one of our stretch goals as well.”
VRFocus also asked about possible Project Morpheus VR headset support for a PlayStation 4 version of the title, though the developer didn’t comment on this. Solarix is a first-person horror title in which players hide from infected crew mates. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress and report back with any more updates on its progress.