California-based indie studio Solus Games, a developer that has previously created videogames for iOS devices and Windows store has now announced its latest project. The studio is creating a virtual reality (VR) title for PlayStation VR on PlayStation 4 called Disco Flux, which it’ll be demonstrating at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2016 this week.
Disco Flux is a disco themed rhythm-based shooter which allows gamers to import their own music, creating a customised VR experience. It neon retro styling compliments the built-in disco tunes available if you don’t have any music to import. The videogame features four modes that switch dynamically to give players a challenging unique experience.
Solus Games plan on launching the title when the PlayStation VR head-mounted display (HMD) arrives. Other VR platforms are planned with the Oculus VR logo appearing at the start of the trailer below, and a guy is wearing an Oculus Rift DK2 as well. No details have yet been given when Solus Games plans to deliver the Oculus Rift version.
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