Metal Gear Solid-Inspired Volume's Free PS VR Expansion Gets an E3 Teaser

The disembodied controller will take some getting used to.

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Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, previously announced that he was bringing his latest game Volume to PlayStation VR in an expansion called Volume: Coda. Now, a short teaser video gives a glimpse of what playing the game in VR is actually like.

The short video (which you can watch above) is a teaser for Volume: Coda's presence at E3 2016, where, according to Bithell, it'll be playable for attendees of Sony's E3 showcase.

Coda is a PS VR exclusive, and it's a free expansion for the base game. It includes 30 levels and a new story and protagonist. It's also quite a different way to play: you can rotate and change the size of the in-game board using the controller.

Volume is a puzzle game inspired by Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions, and it originally launched in August 2015. When it came out, GameSpot gave it an 8/10. You can read our full review here. The base game is available on PS4, Vita, and PC.

Sony's PS VR headset, which launches in October, will likely have a big presence at this year's E3. Keep an eye on GameSpot for all the information coming out of the E3 2016 conference next week about PS VR and more.

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