Last month saw indie developer Robin Arnott bring his upcoming meditative virtual reality (VR) experience SoundSelf to the PAX South event in San Antonio, Texas, USA. The title was one of a handful of videogames to be showcasing support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) at the show along with the likes of Elite: Dangerous and EVE: Valkyrie. More recently the developer has released a new trailer for the title, which can now be seen below.
This short teaser trailer only features a few very brief clips of SoundSelf‘s surreal visuals, with viewers instead hearing a voice. Said voice touches upon certain mundane aspects of life before signing off with several seconds of white screen.
The title itself is described as a ‘sensual exploration’ videogame in which players use their voice to navigate a series of fantastical visuals and sounds that are intended to feel as if they are emerging directly from the user’s body. Last year the developer also confirmed that he was developing a version of the title for the Gear VR smartphone-based HMD.
VRFocus will continue to follow SoundSelf closely, reporting back with any further updates on the title.