Back in October VRFocus reported on Gamedust’s Yupitergrad would be getting Oculus Quest and PlayStation VR editions. A update on those details sees PlayStation VR owners also inline for a physical version thanks to Perp Games.
Perp has a long history of PlayStation VR launches for those players who like to collect their videogames in disk format, with both digital and physical versions arriving at the same time, early 2021. The Oculus Quest version will also arrive at the same time.
“We are extremely happy to partner with Perp Games on delivering Yupitergrad to the market,” said Jakub Matuszczak, COO at Gamedust in a statement. “As “old-school” gamers – we have a very special place in our hearts for physical editions and we are thrilled that Yupitergrad will be the part of the Perp Games boxed games line up.”
“Yupitergrad has a charm of its own and plenty of humour to keep you amused as you travel at great speed through a deserted space station, adds Rob Edwards, Managing Director of Perp Games. “Yupitergrad is the perfect game to start 2021 and Perp Games is delighted to be bringing Yupitergrad to retailers early next year.”
That launch window won’t purely be about new platform support. Gamedust has been working on a Time Attack mode where players can really put those swinging skills to the test. The mode will feature revamped levels and new music to keep them energised. It’ll arrive supporting all platforms next year.
In its review of Yupitergrad VRFocus said: “What you see is what you get with Gamedust’s latest VR experience and that’s no bad thing. From the aesthetics to the locomotion, Yupitergrad is a nicely crafted VR game which was thrilling to play at points.”
For further updates on Yupitergrad including the exact launch date for the new platforms, keep reading VRFocus.