Radial-G Dev Gets PS4 Dev Kit

Fans of UK-based developer Tammeka Games’ Radial-G have plenty to look forward to in the future. Recently the studio detailed its plans for upcoming content for the Early Access edition of the virtual reality (VR) racing title. These monthly add-ons are intended to lead straight into a hopeful full launch of the title on PC in May 2015, with plenty more to come after that. The developer has also teased the possibility of Radial-G hitting other platforms in the future and has now revealed that it is in possession of a PlayStation 4 development kit.


The developer’s Sam Watts confirmed as much on Twitter today, first teasing: “Another parcel has arrived… What could it be!?” which was soon followed up with “PS4 Dev Kit is sexy as hell. Would happily have a retail PS4 unit that looks like it.” When asked by VRFocus, Watts confirmed that the developer has indeed received the kit. Of course, this doesn’t outright confirm that Radial-G will be coming to PlayStation 4, but the developer is certainly in a position to start working on such a port. It’s also not clear if the team has a Project Morpheus head-mounted display (HMD) to work with.

Radial-G is a sci-fi racing experience that features full support for the Oculus Rift HMD on PC. Players pilot high-speed vehicles across tubular tracks in a number of futuristic environments. Last year saw the title come close to completeing a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign, eventually raising alternative funds to bring the title to Early Access. This version of the title features a handful of tracks and vehicles along with 16-player multiplayer. The full version aims to support 32-player modes along with a bigger list of features.

Radial-G can be picked up for £9.99 GBP. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress, reporting back with any further updates on it.